Simba, Orange Neutered Adult Male
Simba kitten 2014.
Simba day of 2nd rescue, 2021.
Simba adult photo 2021.
This beautiful orange tuxedo tabby was dumped as a kitten outside a closed county kill facility after following shoppers around and crying for days.  From the moment he was rescued, he didn't hiss, growl, bite, or claw at anyone, even under high stress.  Six years after adoption, Simba was found abandoned in a barn.  Once his chip was scanned and reported, he was retrieved within two days.  He loves people, is amazingly gentle, sweet tempered, and chatty.
Important note:  Simba is extremely allergic to fleas!  He must be kept up to date on flea treatment and never allowed outdoors.
Simba does not get along well with other cats, and is recommended as an only cat.  This cat is free of parasites and litterbox trained.  He has all age-appropriate vaccinations, is neutered, and has a microchip implanted.

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Weights, Treatments, Notes
Born March - April 2014 Estimated date of birth based on weight when rescued. mom cat
May 23, 2014 Entered Brevard County animal control with symptoms of upper respiratory infection.  Weight: 1#-9oz. unknown dumper
May 23, 2014 FVRCP vaccination, Strongid-T 0.2cc, Marquis Paste 0.2cc, Advantage 0.1cc.  Started Clavamox 0.20 series and, Erythromycin eye ointment twice daily.
SACC staff
May 31, 2014 Taken into foster care.  Appeared in good health.  Weight  2#. Leon S
2014—2020Don't know what his life was like during these years.  Attempts to contact adopting family were unsuccessful.
May 1, 2024
Antibiotics & Depo Medrol for sores due to flea allergy.Dr. Yucius.
May 14, 2024
Rabies vaccination, blood test, follow-up on treatment for flea allergy. Dr. Yucius.
May 19, 2024
NexGuard flea & parasite preventative treatment.Dr. Yucius.
Simba's Microchip Info
Implanted:  June, 2014, Tina B Chip #: 985-112-004-115-084. Tracking Service:  HomeAgain