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Mon, 07/01/2013 - 23:11 -- Julian
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Ti-Loup is a beautiful guy who was once used for breeding and provided with little attention or socialization. After the breeder was finished with him, he was "adopted" but eventually found himself at a shelter. He was adopted and then returned again. Ti-Loup is very sensitive. He will display behavioural marking if he is unhappy - this is why he was returned twice.

In our care, he is doing quite well with minimal issues. He was fully assessed, including blood work, to determine if his marking had a medical cause. He is healthy; the marking is behavioural, though he is on a urinary prescription diet, just in case. When he marks it is usually because he has been alone too long or something about his routine has changed. His marking tends to be in the form of urinating on a soft surface, like a bed, as opposed to spraying. Ti-Loup is on anxiety medication to control this issue. He will need this medication for life.

Ti-Loup must be in a quiet, adult-only home with someone who is at home frequently (someone who works from home or is retired would be ideal). He should be the only animal in the home, as well. He is a very loving, sweet cat who enjoys cuddles and also likes to play. Because he was not properly socialized, he sometimes plays a bit rough - he likes to bunny kick, for example. In the right home with the right person, we're confident Ti-Loup will thrive and be a loving companion.

Ti-Loup is vaccinated, neutered, declawed, and microchipped.
More about Ti-Loup
Animal ID:21-012
Age:9 years
Spayed or Neutered?:Yes
Location:Foster Home