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Approximate Age (As of 2017): Less than 1 year Breed: Siamese Status: FELV+ Date Arrived: July 2017 Arrival Location: Georgia Thor was found as a kitten living under a parking ramp with his feral mother and siblings.. The kind woman who found them worked hard to capture Thor along with his brother Loki. She has still been working to catch the mother and other kittens. She fell in love with the pair and wanted to give them a home with her and her other cats, but they tested feline leukemia positive. Heartbroken, she started looking for a good home for them where they could stay together. The pair came to us recently and have been adjusting well. Thor is a sweet boy like his brother, but very shy at the moment and still getting used to humans. He and his brother love to cuddle and play. You may watch them 24 hours a day LIVE on their MeShare camera They are in House 2, Room 1.
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11/21/2017  This is a letter I completely did not expect to be writing today. Late this morning Thor was having what sounds like a serious asthma attack.  I immediately put him in the oxygen cage with albuterol and gave him a good asthma treatment.    I waited about 15-20 minutes to give the meds a chance to really work.  When we saw there was no improvement,  I immediately took him to the vet. The vet, when she heard him, said he needs a breathing treatment.  The techs said I had already done one so he was immediately x-ray'd to see why on earth he sounded like he did.  (For those that are medically inclined he had Ronchi sounds) The x-rays showed a pneumothorax,(a lung had collapsed)  his trachea was collapsing and there was a mass in his lung.  No wonder he was having problems breathing!!  The vet and I discussed treatments, but with the mass there, it was pretty much decided for us.  We let him go.   A kitty can go for a long time hiding an illness until it becomes to much.  I was in the room with him last night and did not hear him having problems breathing. (Believe me,  we heard it this morning, a lung can collapse like that) He was such an interesting fellow and was finally becoming more friendly.  Now he is back with his brother Loki and Mr. Stubbs. I am so sorry!! Alana
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Approximate Age (As of 2017): Less than 1 year Breed: Siamese Status: FELV+ Date Arrived: July 2017 Arrival Location: Georgia Thor was found as a kitten living under a parking ramp with his feral mother and siblings.. The kind woman who found them worked hard to capture Thor along with his brother Loki. She has still been working to catch the mother and other kittens. She fell in love with the pair and wanted to give them a home with her and her other cats, but they tested feline leukemia positive. Heartbroken, she started looking for a good home for them where they could stay together. The pair came to us recently and have been adjusting well. Thor is a sweet boy like his brother, but very shy at the moment and still getting used to humans. He and his brother love to cuddle and play.
Sponsored by Philomena - Thank you!
11/21/2017 This is a letter I completely did not expect to be writing today. Late this morning Thor was having what sounds like a serious asthma attack.  I immediately put him in the oxygen cage with albuterol and gave him a good asthma treatment.    I waited about 15-20 minutes to give the meds a chance to really work.  When we saw there was no improvement,  I immediately took him to the vet. The vet, when she heard him, said he needs a breathing treatment.  The techs said I had already  done one so he was immediately x-ray'd to see why on earth he sounded like he did.  (For those that are medically inclined he had Ronchi sounds) The x-rays showed a pneumothorax,(a lung had collapsed)  his trachea was collapsing and there was a mass in his lung.  No wonder he was having problems breathing!!  The vet and I discussed treatments, but with the mass there, it was pretty much decided for us.  We let him go.   A kitty can go for a long time hiding an illness until it becomes to much.  I was in the room with him last night and did not hear him having problems breathing. (Believe me,  we heard it this morning, a lung can collapse like that) He was such an interesting fellow and was finally becoming more friendly.  Now he is back with his brother Loki and Mr. Stubbs. I am so sorry!! Alana