Batty needs a furrever home!

Batty needs a furrever home!

Batty came to Heritage Vet Hospital as a baby in June 2021 as a client surrender, he was born without an anal opening and therefore was unable to have bowel movements. Dr Fisher performed a successful, life saving surgery on Batty to create an opening for him to be able to go to the bathroom. Batty takes Mirilax daily in his food to help his BM’s stay regular, but he eats it without issue. Batty is a happy, playful, funny cat. We are looking for someone that’s willing to adopt him and give him the good life he deserves, as a vet hospital is not an ideal setting for him to learn, grow and play in. From our observations he gets along well with small dogs and cats, and is curious about larger dogs but seems to keep his distance as he observes. Definitely loves to play. If you’re interested in adopting Batty, or have any questions about his health/needs, please email us at ClientService.hvh@gmail.com with the subject line “Batty adoption” and we can further discuss any questions you might have or set up a meet and greet 🙂
Batty is fully vaccinated for Rabies and FVRCP. He was tested for intestinal parasites in November 2022 (no ova or parasites were seen). He was tested for FIV in June 2021 when he was brought to us and he was negative, and has not spent time outdoors since he’s been with us. He is already microchipped and neutered. If you or someone you know wants to adopt an adorable cat with an incredible story of survival, his 2nd Birthday is coming up in April, and all he wants is a furrever home! Please reach out if you’d like to meet Batty and see if he’s a good fit for your home!

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