On August 7th a DSH male black and white Manx kitten was brought to Northwood. He had been found on Blairstone Rd and Kay Ave. by the VA hospital. He was about 6 weeks old (est. DOB 6-26-19). He was treated for URI signs (ocular and nasal discharge). Stanley did
well. He has been FeLV/FIV test, neutered, microchipped, and has completed his kitten vaccines. He is a very sweet kitten and needs a
home he can run and play in. He was adopted from CARE 11-13-19. Stanley returned to Northwood quite ill January13. He started coughing and retching for a few days prior. When he presented on the 13th he was in respiratory distress. It was unknown if this was a severe presention of URI, laryngeal trauma with swelling, or aspiration. The owners decided to relinquish him back to CARE. Aggressive medical treatment was instituted for Stanley and he responded well. He is now ready to go to a new home.

Name: Stanley
Species: Feline/ Domestic Short Hair
Gender: Male/Neutered
Birthday: est. 06/26/19
Current Location: Northwood Animal Hospital
Minimum Adoption Donation: $100