Rowan & Willow are two siblings who are to be re-homed together. These fluffy bundles of kitty cat wonder are looking for a loving home with people who know their cats. Willow (Tabby) is a bit of a show off, she is not bothered by too much and will flop down and wriggle around her cabin soliciting lots of fuss. She can be cheeky and nibble fingers so watch out and read the signals. Rowan (Tabby/White) is a bit shy to start with but is now happy to get his fill of fuss as soon willow lets him get a look in. They are both sweet souls who are looking for a loving home with people used to grooming as they do have lots of fur to keep in check. They could both live with children aged 16+ so long as they are calm and respectful as Rowan is bit shy at first and Willow can be a bit naughty. So if you want to live your fluffiest life make sure you keep on reading to find out about the rest of their re-homing requirements…
If you are interested in adopting Rowan and Willow, please read the information below including the 'Other notes' section, to check your circumstances match theirs. If they do, please take a look at our current rehoming process, and fill out an application form.How Rehoming Works
When Rowan arrived at Mayhew we noted that he was drinking more than normal. We carried out investigations to check the cause of this increased thirst. Following urine and blood testing. We believe Rowan has possible reduced kidney function. Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is staged between 1-4, with stage 4 being the most advanced stage of disease. After preliminary blood tests were carried out Rowan was graded early Stage 2. Blood tests were repeated 1 month later and these levels were found to have returned to normal levels however his urine was not concentrating as was seen previously, There is still a concern that there is the possibility of CKD which should be monitored with blood tests every 6 months to begin with. You should seek further investigation and clinical diagnosis with your own vets. In addition to Rowan's issues both cats have had some mild cat flu symptoms. These have been limited to some sneezing and both cats are fine in themselves without any additional treatment being needed. Both Cats have been behaviorally assessed and have had preventative care in the form of neutering, microchipping and vaccinations.
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