June 25th, 2019

-THIS CAT IS NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT; THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING. FOR MORE INFO ABOUT MR. BACON, PLEASE CONTACT REBECCA AT THE PHONE/EMAIL BELOW–

Meet Mr. Bacon.  He is a 10 year old domestic short hair kitty who is looking for a quiet home without children or large, or yappy dogs.  Mr. Bacon has been with my husband and I for almost 4 years. He was abandoned by our neighbor and came to us as a shy, scared stray begging for food. He is now sweet, loves to play with toys, loves catnip, and loves to be petted and brushed.  He will even let you bathe him very easily, and when he is scared or doesn’t want to do something, he has never attacked; he will only try to get away. He knows his name and will often come when you call him.  Mr. Bacon lives indoors, but he loves to explore outside every once in a while. He loves sunny days, but usually prefers to stay inside when it’s rainy.

We love our Mr. Bacon, but ever since we had my daughter (now 2 yrs), he has been constantly stressed, and it is greatly affecting his health. He has an inflammatory disease where stress makes him sweel in different areas of his body. Usually it is GI related, but occasionally his eyes swell also. He is has to take prednisone once daily to try and prevent swelling. However, with our current situation, he even swells while on prednisone, which should not be happening. Our vet has run every possible test and has concluded that it is due to stress.  He said that if we remove the stressors, the swelling should subside and he should be back to normal, as he was before our daughter was born.  We obviously cannot remove our daughter, so for his sake, we need to find him a home where he can just hang out with adults and be loved in a quiet environment.  If you think you would be a good fit, please text Rebecca at (360) 726-1790, or email me at beccahk9@gmail.com







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