SPOOKY – A1099581
Safe - 1-13-2017 Manhattan Rescue: Animalkind Please honor your pledges: http://animalkindny.org/makeadonation/
Spooky has recently lost weight and become lethargic. Some medications helped but the problem continued when the meds ran out. An independent vet, outside the shelter, suspects something is wrong with his liver and recommended a biopsy.
Spooky – A1099581 3y N Black DSH
Owner Surrender: 12/22/16
Spooky is a 3 year old black DSH with a possible liver condition. Owner has had Spooky for 2 years and is surrendering because of allergies and pet health.
Spooky has lived with children ages 8 and 16 and was very relaxed and affectionate with them. Spooky played gently with both children and adults. Spooky also lived with other cats and was respectful towards them. Spooky played gently with one of the cats in the home. Spooky has not lived with dogs. Around strangers Spooky is friendly and outgoing.
During car rides Spooky will cry the whole way. Spooky is afraid of getting bathes but is very good and will stay and let you wash him. Spooky isn’t bothered when being placed in a carrier or having his nails trimmed. Spooky enjoys being picked up and held.
For the new family to know
Spooky was described as affectionate and mellow with a low to medium activity level. Spooky enjoyed playing with balls and chasing them around. When home with Spooky he will either be in his favorite spot in the house or following you around. Spooky eats Deli delight dry food. Spooky is litter box trained and uses an uncovered litter box with scoop away cat litter. Spooky does not have a scratching post at home and likes to scratch on the wood part of the wall. When it’s time for bed Spooky curls up with the children on their beds.
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