Special Needs: Chronic Rhinosinusitis
Tail not functioning
CD stress food to maintain urinary health
Description: Hazel was found outside in an alley in Philadelphia. Thankfully, STC had the space to bring Hazel to the saftey of a foster home. Hazel is playful and extremely affectionate. She has tested negative for feline AIDS and Leukemia and has received age appropriate vaccinations. She has also been spayed.
Hazel has some minor medical issues that we are dealing with at the moment. She came in with a urinary tracht infection, which has since cleared up entirely. We are keeping her on a CD dry diet, to help maintain her urinary tracht health. In addition, Hazel suffered some trauma to her tail while outside. which has caused her not to be able to move it. She is doing fine without the use of her tail, and it doesn't seem to impact her at all. She also has been battling a severe sinusiitis infection, which causes her purr to sound like a chirping bird. Hazel is currently being treated at a specialty vet for this issue. She has had siunus surgery to help remove the infection, and is also on a course of steroids and antibiotics to help clear it up. While all of Hazel's conditions are non life-threatening nor contagious, she will need a home that is able to give her some TLC and continue to care for her minor medical needs. She has had it rough on the streets, but is so grateful to be safe and indoors. Hazel is a big teddy bear. She also seems to get along with other cats. Please consider giving Hazel a home and a family to love. Let's make Hazel's dreams come true! If interested in adopting, please fill out our adoption application at www.savethecatsinc.com.