CUDDLES – A1102970
Safe - 2-9-2017 Staten Island
SAFE 2/9/17 — 19 yr old senior cat needs out ASAP!! Cuddles was brought here due to litter box issues and the other cat in the home was bullying her. Cuddles was fine with the cat and good with dogs too! She is a sweet, little girl that is confused in her kennel.
Staten Island Center
A1102970 – Cuddles – 19 yr spayed tabby – Owner surrender
spayed female ~ 4years.
Bad teeth ,gingivitis, and upper RT canine removed or broken.
nervous , tense and allowd to handle.
EENt : wnl
Cuddles was brought in as a surrender. She is 19 years old and spayed; domestic short hair.
Cuddles is not declawed; was originally found in a shelter in Nevada when she was a kitten.
This cat is friendly around strangers. Cuddles has lived with another cat (1 years old, male), but the other cat bullied Cuddles. Cuddles would be relaxed around the other cat, however.
Cuddles has been around children of all ages from 6 years old. Cuddles plays gently with both children and adults.
Cuddles has been around another dog, medium sized and they got along well.
Cuddles has no bite history according to previous owner.
Cuddles has litter box problems where she pees and poops outside of the box daily. This has been going on for about 2 years and they have not seen a vet due to not being able to afford it.
In the car, cuddles is relaxed.
Cuddles is not bothered by baths, nail trims, having her coat brushed, but she struggles a little bit, and the previous owners have not tried to disturb her while she’s been resting.
The previous owners have described cuddles as friendly, and affectionate. Cuddles’ activity level has been described as low.
Cuddles loves to cuddle and sleeping. When in the home she will follow you around and sit on top of you.
Cuddles was kept indoors only. She sleeps next to owner.
Cuddles eats friskies wet and dry, wet 2x per day and dry throughout the day.
Cuddles is not litter box trained/was but stopped.
Cuddles does not scratch/ does not use scratching post.
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