Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Meet Trent!

6 comments:

  1. Wow! We lost our old (13? or so) cat a couple of years ago and are almost ready to adopt again. Your Trent is huge! :)

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    1. I love adopting because I feel all animals deserve a home. I hate seeing them in shelters, breaks my heart.

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  2. Thanks sweetheart and I am glad you shared. Trent seems wonderful! I have never had a long haired cat...Beautiful baby! I have several abused doggies from bad situations and it does take a long time to get over their issues. Some can never come beyond emotionally but still worth the effort and they do appreciate a loving home. Kudos for you to take in a shelter abused kitty. Best thing in the world for you to do! I guess you have taken him to vet to check out urine issues...One of my rescue yorkies had a huge bladder stone which made her wet. I had it removed, but still she cant hold bladder too long (over 1 hr is max). Love her anyways as she deserves a good life! She was a puppy mill baby. Maybe a change in diet if appropriate would help him. I dont know too much about kitties. My doggies only get grain free, quality food. Too worried about foods from China...Also I give doggies R/O water that is purified. Too much junk in our tap water. Thanks for all the freebies...

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    1. Hi Margie,

      So glad to hear you opened your heart and home to those doggies! They are so lucky! I did take Trent to the vet, and they tested his blood and urine. They said there was red blood cells in the urine but no blood, and all his levels are fine no infection etc. At this point they are thinking it's an age thing since all his tests are negative. Thank you so much for your comment. And I agree with you about tap water, I give my guys filtered water or bottled water :)

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  3. Trent is precious...you are truly an Angel for rescuing him. I love how you interact with your babies, your love of animals is so evident.
    Did you take him to the vet to find out why he is having incontinence issues? 10 really isn't that old! My Bobo lived til age 18!

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  4. Hi Caren,

    Yes we took him to the vet, they said it was his red blood cells but no blood in urine. All tests negative, so just one of them things I guess. I can't hold it against him for having accidents, but you know as well as I do that cat urine is a lot tougher to get rid of the odor than dog urine! I feel like I'm constantly cleaning lol.

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