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I have a 2-year-old, only indoor male big cat named Moon who recently was diagnosed with idiopathic cystitis and FLUTD (Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disorder), and needs to be rehomed.

He is a Velcro cat who loves people, and is very social. He will either snuggle up next to you or look at you from afar wherever you are. His temperament is confident, energetic, assertive, smart (he can open doors w/ levers), silly, vocal, and very curious.

Because he has FLUTD he NEEDS to be on an expensive prescription diet (Royal Canin S/O is what I have him on) for the rest of his life to prevent another blockage (blockage means he cannot pee which can result in death).

He needs to go home with someone with the money to support him with normal future vet visits, and possible future hospitalization. Even with doing everything right for his condition (prescription diet food, low stress environment, a water fountain, lots of indoor space and windows, giving him his medication gabapentin 100mg, and having 2 litter boxes), there is a small chance he can still block again which means more emergency vet appointments and/or hospitalization. His new owner needs to be educated on his conditions and know what are the FLUTD warning symptoms of a blockage.

Because of his separation anxiety he needs someone who would be home very often, and leaves town rarely. This is not a cat that you can leave alone for more than 5ish hours without someone with him or he gets anxious and upset.

Another thing is that the right home for him would have no young children and no other pets unless they are a dog(s) that are really good with cats. He can be a bully to other cats. He is not a good fit for someone who has not had experience with cats and/or cats with separation anxiety. He is fixed, dewormed, microchipped, and up to date on his vaccines. Certain items like his food, litter, carrier, and favorite toys will be included.

Please message me via this website if you are interested.

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