Boris is Sponsored by: Laurie Martin
SNAP Cats rescued Boris from San Francisco, CA. Feline Idiopathic Cystitis literally means an inflammation of the urinary bladder in cats of unknown origin. It's also called feline idiopathic lower urinary tract disease (FiLUTD), painful bladder syndrome (PBS) or feline urologic syndrome (FUS).
Since spending time at SNAP Cats Sebastopol (http://www.snapcats.org/2019/09/08/snap-cats-sebastopol/), we are now rewriting Boris’ bio. Boris has transitioned from a fearful, temperamental, attack-without-warning cat, to a kitty who loves to play with other cats, loves pets and attention, and sleeps with his caretakers every night! Boris has done a complete 180! He’s had no FIC flareups, and seems very healthy and happy. Now, that said, we’re still working with him and he’s not 100 percent ready to go, but he won’t need to be a cushy barn cat, nor live outside most of the time. Boris will be a wonderful indoor kitty, and would do best with a younger, female cat, or a couple of kittens (he currently loves playing with a resident kitten). If you’d like to meet Boris at SNAP Cats Sebastopol please let us know. We’ll arrange a visit. Thanks!