Subi was adopted from a shelter in Moab, Utah, after being rescued from a hoarder situation. She had been at the shelter for over a year before she came home with me. She made the trip up to MN without a problem and I've been lucky enough to spend about 3 years with her.
Amazing Things About Subi (A List)
- sweet, gentle, affectionate - though more aloof than attention-seeking
- acts as small heater on laps or in any gaps she can find when you lounge about
- rolls around when being brushed, flops over when you pet her
- loves napping and has a cute snore
- scratches cardboard and -rarely- has scratched anything else scratching on her cardboard scratchers, and chasing string.
- chases string on 'fishing' poles and is VERY cute when doing so
Truthfully, Subi is an absolute darling.
- has IBD/IBS or something similar and takes meds
- benefits from 'hygiene trim' around her booty (what with her long hair)
- needs clear and direct access to litter box at all times
- needs extra high walled litter box (all sides)
- is a gassy baby with smelly poo
- sometimes scoots on floor due to sad digestion
- Eats a prescription diet of Royal Canin Gastrointestinal (dry and wet), and takes Prednisolone, stool hardener, and probiotics ground into her wet food.
She would benefit so much from being in a home with people around more often, and people who are able to put in a bit of extra care when it comes to her diet and hygiene needs.
I've got cat scratch pads, a lovely cat carrier, scratching post, supplements, and many other items of Subi's that would help to make transitions easier.