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Peaches – Adopted September 2020!

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PEACHES

Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Gender: Female
Age: 1 1/2 years approx.
Size: Medium
Where you can find me: In foster

Energy Level: Medium - High
Litter trained? Yes
Kids? Calm kids would be okay

Cats? No thanks!
Dogs? No thanks!
Medical Needs: Continued monitoring of my health

About Me:

Hi, I'm Peaches.

I came in to WAG as a very sick lady but have now made an amazing recovery. Now I'm feeling better I am back to being my usual self which is a very playful overgrown kitten! I LOVE playing and could play for hours and I especially love catching bugs (Although I can be pretty clumsy and don't often get them). I can be a little particular but once I pick my people I show them just how much I love them. My foster mom calls me her little shadow! I, unfortunately, don't get along well with other animals so would love to be the only animal in your home but I promise that I've got so much personality that you won't ever need another!

 

My Purrrfect Match:

-I am looking for a home that will keep me safe from harm.
-Provide me with lots of comfy beds and high perches.
-Continue to keep me healthy and prioritize my care.

 

My Story:

I was brought to WAG due to high vet bills. My owner's loved me and cared for me, but when I suddenly became ill they brought me into the vet and after my first visit they still weren't sure what was wrong with me! The next steps was another vet visit and more tests, diagnostic work adds up fast, and before they knew it, my owners had a vet bill they were unable to afford. They made the hard decision to surrender me to WAG and hope that they could figure out what was wrong with me!

After more and more vet visits, I ended up having to stay in overnight care throughout the weekend and thankfully I started to show improvement! It's still not completely sure what was wrong with me, but the vet thinks that I had a bad gastrointestinal infection. Thankfully some tasty food with medication has been helped me recover.

I am now feeling much better and I am happy and thriving in a foster home but I miss having a family of my own!

A big thank you to the Pemberton Veterinary Clinic and Eagleview Veterinary clinic and their amazing teams!

If you cannot adopt at this time, please consider donating to our Critical Care program, this helps animal's like Peaches who need some extra medical care while at WAG!