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There is a $100 adoption/rehoming fee. Supplies and veterinary records will be included.
All About Lemon – Domestic Shorthair Cat For Adoption in Stanton CA
♥ Name of Pet: Lemon
♥ Location: Stanton, CA, 90680
♥ Type of Pet: Cat
♥ Breed of Pet: Domestic Shorthair
♥ Color / Coat Type: Grey and white tabby, short length
♥ Age of Pet: 1 year old
♥ Size of Pet: 9.5 lbs
♥ Health Problems: No
♥ Behavior Issues: Yes
-Active prey drive/play aggression results in him attacking feet/legs frequently
-chews on paper/cardboard/other items
-lightly scratches furniture
♥ Gets along with: Adults Only
♥ Pet is: Neutered, Fully vaccinated, Litter Trained
♥ Food: Other
Lemon is primarily fed 1/4 cup of Iams Indoor Weight & Hairball Care dry food three times a day (between 6:00 and 7:30am, between 1:00 and 2:00 pm, and between 6:00 and 7:00 pm). He has also recently been given one serving of Nutro Perfect Portions Chicken or Turkey in gravy along with his morning meal (we put it on a plate and heat it up for about 10 seconds before serving it).
Lemon very much likes to be around people and is very vocal when he wants attention. He likes to lie out in the middle of the floor or look out a window or sit on one of the higher perches of his cat tree. He likes to explore and jump and climb. When he is bored he become somewhat aggressive in his play, jumping at and biting feet/legs. When he is comfortable and happy, he loves to curl up in your lap and purr loudly and groom himself and sleep on you for long periods of time.
Why is Lemon Being Rehomed?
I found Lemon as a stray at the end of March. He was very friendly and climbed right in my lap, and also took to using a litter box right away so I figured that he had at least some living experience with people before me. After confirming that he wasn’t microchipped, I was hoping to either keep him or find another home for him if he didn’t work out in my life. Throughout April and May I’ve been taking him to the vet regularly; he’s had bloodwork done to prove that he does not have heartworms, has had vaccines for feline leukemia, rabies, and distemper (he has one more upcoming shot for FVRCP which I will be getting him), has had Centragard and Revolution to control possible worms and fleas, and has been neutered recently with a full week to heal. I feel that I’ve done everything I can to ensure that he is healthy going forward. Unfortunately, I have to be out of the house for work much of the time. While I do live with family members who also look after him, Lemon has not been a good fit for them; his active prey drive / play aggression is more than they are willing to tolerate for much longer (all the cats we have previously owned were much more docile). He does have a cat tree and toys, and we play with him using balls and laser pointers and ribbons/feathers on a fishing pole, but it doesn’t seem to be enough to quell his level of activity. I think Lemon would ultimately do better in a household with other cats/pets to keep him company, or at least with people who are more used to dealing with a cat with this level of prey drive / play aggression.
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How To Adopt Lemon
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There is a $100 adoption/rehoming fee. Some supplies and veterinary records will be included.
Lemon – Domestic Shorthair Cat For Adoption in Stanton CA
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