Adopt Easton a Brown Tabby Domestic Shorthair (short coat) cat in Toronto
Microchipped, DOB: Dec. 1, 2018 Easton is a bright and friendly 3-legged boy! He loves to play with wands with feathers and laser pointers. He loves finding a towel or blanket to rest on. He is a quiet boy until it’s mealtime. He has the cutest meow and loves to be pet. He keeps himself clean and has soft fur. Easton came into the care of Toronto Cat Rescue as a stray cat that was injured after being hit by a car. He suffered fractures to his pelvis and left hind leg, resulting in an amputation of the fractured leg. He quickly learned to adapt to his handicap but had some difficulties emptying his bladder properly. Different medications were tried with varying degrees of success, so he underwent an abdominal ultrasound which showed a mass in his bladder as well as some thickening in the wall of the bladder itself. Easton underwent surgery to remove the mass (which was benign, yay!), and he had a biopsy taken of his bladder at the same time. The result showed that the thickening in the bladder wall was due to previous episodes of inflammation and crystals, so Easton will need to stay on a urinary diet (Royal Canin Urinary SO) to prevent this from happening again. He still urinates more frequently than is typical, but he always uses his litter box. Easton has been through a lot in his short life, but he has recovered wonderfully and is ready to find his forever home!
February 22 on Adopt-a-Pet.com