Humane Champion - Milo


| April 26, 2023

Milo and his best friend, KJ, were surrendered to Toronto Humane Society.

Milo, a senior cat, had a history of inappropriate urination, meaning he sometimes peed outside his litterbox. He was a good boy during his examination but a happier boy when it was done! Our medical team collected urine and bloodwork to see if there was a medical reason for the inappropriate urination. Once Milo was medically cleared, he would also need to be booked in for dental care as he had severe tartar and gingivitis.

When the results of the bloodwork and urinalysis were returned, it was determined that Milo has feline lower urinary tract disease (FLUTD). For Milo, this means his weight will need to be monitored, he will need to be encouraged to drink lots of water, and he may require a special diet for the rest of his life.

Milo had his dental surgery and then went into foster, along with KJ, to recuperate. As sometimes happens, Milo developed an upper respiratory infection (meaning he had a cold).

Milo and KJ will remain in foster care until they are medically cleared for adoption.

Thanks to your kennel sponsorship, Milo and KJ will continue to receive the best veterinarian care! We’re sure it won’t be too long until they are available for adoption.

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