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Cuddle Bun Domestic Short Hair Harrisburg, PA

  • Young
  • Female
  • Small
  • Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)

About

Characteristics
Friendly, Affectionate, Playful, Curious, Funny, Loves kisses
Coat length
Short
House-trained
Yes
Health
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Dogs.

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Meet Cuddle Bun

Hello there! My name is Cuddle Bun, and I'm looking for a family where I can live up to my name! I was initially a shy kitten, but now I have blossomed into a friendly, spunky, fun-loving feline. I lived in a foster home for several weeks, and here is what they said: "Show me a toy, and I will pounce toward you to get it, wrapping myself around your ankles to show you how much I love you"! I get a thrill out of playing with all wand toys, jingly balls, and just about any toy I can pounce on or chase. I also like running through cat tunnels and hiding in cat cubes or boxes. When I am tired, I will curl up on your lap to rest. Now, since I had no mama or siblings to teach me proper manners, I can be a little "nippy" when I get excited. I will need a patient owner who can help me control this little habit, but since I'm still only 7 months old, I will also improve with time. When you meet me, you will notice I sound "stuffy". That's because I have chronic upper respiratory disease. I'm not sick, but my breathing can be noisy as a result of having several colds. Please refer to my medical addendum about this condition. If you are looking for an energetic, bouncy, bubbly older kitten who will supply you withe endless moments of love, laughter, and heart-warming joy, then come in to meet me! Ask for silly, sweet, curious Cuddle Bun!

***Cuddle Bun has been treated for chronic upper respiratory disease during her time here at HSHA. This is a common condition in shelter cats. There are many causes of this condition in cats, but feline respiratory viruses (feline herpes and feline calici viruses) are the most common. These upper respiratory viruses tend to persist in some cats, known as carrier cats, for weeks, months, or even years. In some, but not all of these carriers, the chronic viral infection damages the protective mucous membranes and allows bacteria to invade the damaged tissues and causes persistent clinical signs. Affected cats may have a chronic discharge from one or both eyes, and episodes of sneezing accompanied by a clear nasal or ocular discharge. Most cases are mild and may cause more distress to the owner (due to the constant sneezing or runny nose and eyes) than to the cat. Cuddle Bun should be seen regularly (every 6-12 months) by your veterinarian to monitor her overall health. If she develops severe respiratory signs please contact your veterinarian to have her evaluated.

Adopter education document:

https://vcahospitals.com/know-your-pet/chronic-upper-respiratory-tract-disease



***Cuddle bun has some scarring present on her right eye that resulted from an old infection that has since been treated and resolved. She is still able to see out of this eye and will not require any long term treatment.

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  • Domestic Short Hair
  • Young
  • Female