Normally, Mystery might be peeved by a bad haircut, but this new ’do is for a good reason—a mass was removed from the top of his head! The 16-year-old kitty has had a great deal of medical care at the Connecticut Humane Society with the staff medical team. In addition to the mass removal, he was treated for a thyroid condition, arthritis, messy ears and dental disease. Generous supporters have made his veterinary attention possible, and allow pets of all ages to get a fresh start.
Throughout his care, Mystery has loved all the attention, and he’s quite the talker! He will knead and purr when you pick him up, and even enjoys being a lap cat. It will be important to stick to his schedule for thyroid and arthritis medication…and of course, to simply spoil him! Mystery should be okay with kids of any age as long as they are gentle with pets, and he may be open to a furry sibling.
Visit CThumane.org/adopt to learn more. An online application can be found in each pet’s profile. CHS is a private organization with locations in Newington, Waterford and Westport and the reduced-fee Fox Memorial Clinic for owned pets, and is not affiliated with the government or any other animal welfare organizations. CHS’ work is made possible 100% through the generosity of donors.