Kit Kat

| October 15, 2021

Kit Kat was a community cat who was brought to our TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) clinic for neuter surgery. 

Having lived most of his life out of doors, Kit Kat had a few notable issues. He had discharge from his eyes and his nose, which turned out to be a cat cold. He had fractured teeth which made it difficult for him to eat. His lungs were a little noisy which might have been part of his cold and, he needed to be neutered. 

Bloodwork was done and it came back positive for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus, commonly known as FIV. Cats with FIV can live long healthy lives but they need regular vet checkups.  

As Kit Kat was a friendly community cat, he was accepted into the adoption stream. Kit Kat was not used to living indoors so our behaviour team and our volunteers provided Kit Kat with enrichment so he became more comfortable.  

After Kit Kat had his dental and his neuter surgeries, he was made available for adoption. 

Kit Kat has an adoption pending. 

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