3/1- Whitey has fully recovered from his previous bought of upper respiratory infection. He is enjoying his foster home where he is able to play with other cats and dogs. He loves sleeping with his human sisters, especially when he can chase their feet under the covers. He's a beautiful boy looking for the perfect forever home where he can be spoiled. To adopt www.humanecampbell.org 12/20-Whitey has recovered from his eye ulcer bought and looks great. He is doing beautifully in his foster home but he is ready to go to a home of his home. Our vets recommend that he go to a home where he is the only cat or is with other cats known to be herpes carriers. Most cats are vaccinated against this disease but we don't want to take any chances. This disease is not transmissable to humans and does not affect dogs. He is a loving boy!! To give Whitey a home of his very own for the holidays, apply online at www.humanecampbell.org.
UPDATE 11/12-Whitey contracted an URI that our vets believe is herpes virus related. This virus is very common in shelter environments. Whitey has developed an ulcer on his eye which must be treated with medication. We do not have much wiggle room when it comes to extra veterinary care. We need about $75 to cover this extra cost of medication, vet evaluation, and boarding fees. He's such a sweet fellow and deserves to get better soon. Please help by making a tax-deductible donation by clicking the "sponsor" link on his page.
Whitey and his mother were surrendered to the pound on 9/20. Whitey seems pretty overwhelmed with the things around him, but I feel he is young enough to successfully adapt. He has some smudges of black on his head, which lend a very cute note to his appearance. Apply online to adopt.
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