Gus was found in my neighborhood in mid-January 2018. He was weak, wheezing and flea-infested. The vet says that he was quite small for his age, and not healthy enough to get vaccinated. Ultrasound scans show that his intestines have very thick lining, explaining why he was small (malabsorption) and had loose stool (maldigestion).
After a few rounds of medication and gastro-intestinal kibbles, he's much better now. His coat is smooth and shinny. He has good appetite and his poop is normal now. He's been de-flea, dewormed, vaccinated (1st dose only), and castrated. He's tested negative for FIV and FeLV.
Gus has short-medium coat. He has a particularly long and fluffy tail. The vet says that there might be some Maine Coon background as Gus has an oblong build.
He's a loving cat with good temperament. He loves to sleep on my hand/arm while I work on the computer. He recognize people and can be wary of strangers. But warms up to people after some playtime together. He spends his days eating, sleeping and playing in my office. His recent favorite toy is a piece of palm leaf [see video: Gus vs Leaf].
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