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Domestic Short Hair : : Male (neutered) : : Adult
Jace is a beautiful boy with a sad story. His previous owners neglected him but he is doing great now. However, he is a sweet and loving kittie who will warm up after a few good petting sessions. He loves to chase and play. He is a talker, so be prepared for some conversation! He is also on a special diet due to all his teeth being pulled out, however it does not impact his friendly personality. He is about six pounds, and will probably remain small his entire life.
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Our adoption fee includes spay or neuter surgery, vaccinations appropriate for the cat’s age, treatment for worms (if needed) and testing for Feline Leukemia. Those cats 6 months of age and older are also tested for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV).
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More about Jace
Good with Cats
Sponsors: Elaine Stevens, Margitta Tierman, Kelsey Coonen,Rhiannon Brey, Sheila Cline
Special Needs: Next Jace and Cleo. These guys have a condition that has had several different names: LPGS, gingivostomatitis, chronic oral inflammatory disease. This is when a cat's immune system reacts as if his or her dental tissue is a foreign body, which causes severe inflammation in the gums and other oral tissue. In most cases (70-80% according to the literature that I've found), removal of all the cat's teeth is curative, though it can take a while for the inflammation to resolve. Last week I did the second dental surgery on Jace and Cleo, and removed the rest of their teeth. Since then, they seem to be much less painful, though they both still have significant oral inflammation.Dr.Adam 5/2011
Jace's sister, Cleopatra (adopted) can also be seen on our website.