"Goldie" light orange young male cat.
Goldie in bookcase Dec.'08.
December 2008 photo of Goldie.
|One of my neighbors found Goldie as an abandoned kitten about three to four months old crying in the bushes. He was nearly starved and covered in fleas. They were going to call Animal Control to get rid of him. He spent almost a year with a nice cat lady who fed him and began to socialize him. When she could no longer care for him, I took him to my house. He is very playful and loves people. He enjoys being pet, but squirms gently if picked up and held.||As a kitten, Goldie lost
two teeth to gum disease. His mouth seems fine now, and he
has no trouble eating. This cat is
up to date on age appropriate vaccinations, free of parasites, and has
For more info contact Leon Sisson (321)784-8406, <SailinCat@Yahoo.com>
|Weights, Treatments, Notes
|2007||Combo test (neg/neg)||Tina B|
|Oct. 10 2007||1st rabies and at least one distemper vaccinations.||T'ville SPCA|
|(This cat has lived in more than one foster home. Many of his vet records have been misplaced.)|
|Dec. 1, 2008||2nd rabies vaccination, wt=8#||T'ville SPCA|
|Dec. 23, 2008||Sargent's Gold flea treatment for cats & kittens.||Leon S|
|Jan. 13, 2009||1cc Hartx UltraGuard OneSpot flea treatment.||Leon S|
|Feb. 5, 2009||0.7cc Frontline Plus (big dog) flea treatment.||Leon S|
Goldie's Microchip Data
|Implanted by, date:||Dr. Buchanan, June 2, 2008.|