ONYX – 17330
Safe - 1-7-2018 Manhattan Rescue: Feline Rescue of SI Please honor your pledges: http://felinerescueofstatenisland.org/donation/
*** SAFE 01/07/18 *** 15 Year old ONYX was just dumped by her owner. ONYX’s owner never took her to the vet for her inappropriate litterbox use and also never figured out that living with a 1 year old, a three year old and a large breed dog might be stressful for a 15 year old cat! She is already spayed and hoping someone will give her a retirement home.
Hello, my name is Onyx. My animal id is #17330. I am a desexed female black cat at the Manhattan Animal Care Center. The shelter thinks I am about 15 years old. – P
I came into the shelter as a owner surrender on 30-Dec-2017, with the surrender reason stated as animal behaviour – not good with kids.
ZIP Code From: 10468
Onyx is at risk for medical reasons. Onyx is a geriatric lady with underlying issues, including a grade II heart murmur, and is reported to have been experiencing urinary issues for the past year. There are no behavior concerns for Onyx at this time, average determination.
My medical notes are…
Weight: 6.8 lbs
Details on my behavior are…
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