Special Need: Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease
This beautiful boy is one of the best-loved cats we’ve met. While most of our residents come from shelters where they were scheduled for euthanasia, Bandit (along with Onyx and Sneakers) is a beneficiary of our Guardian Angel Program. Bandit’s owner was so concerned about his long-term well-being that she arranged for him to become a resident at our sanctuary, where she knew he would receive the utmost in care and love.
Bandit suffers from Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD), which is a disease that leads to inflammation of the lining of the urinary bladder and urethra. This disease is difficult to diagnose and can be tough to control. However, dear Bandit is doing very well on his current prescription diet and medications, and we will continue to monitor and treat his condition with patience and love. To learn more about Bandit’s condition, visit this site.
Bandit is still learning to trust us here at Tabby’s Place, but we know he has an exceptionally sweet spirit. A gentle and beautiful fellow, he especially adores his buddy Sneakers, and the duo generally stick together.
While we know that Bandit’s FLUTD may lower his chances of adoption, we’re happy to let you know that there’s another way for you to be a part of this gentle soul’s life. Your generous monthly sponsorship will help us to cover the costs of his special diet and regular veterinary care. It was the great hope of Bandit’s owner that, at Tabby’s Place, he’d find the love and lavish care he deserves – you can be a critical part of bringing that hope to life.