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Diddle

a picture of Diddle a cat that needs a foster home.

Location: Indianapolis , IN

Age: 9 years, 2 months

Posted on: 9/11/2022

Posted by: Individual

Diddle urgently needs a foster home

Why is fostering needed?

Please consider fostering-to-adopt our beloved 9-year-old indoors only cat, Diddle.

We rescued him from a local shelter as a kitten. He was so sweet & playful & won us over immediately. For years, he continued to steal our hearts. He is a very good natured kitty, & a great snuggler.

Over past year or so, though, he’s developed an issue with peeing outside of the litter box. We’ve taken him to multiple vets & tried everything they’ve recommended, but it’s only gotten worse, not better.

Based on test results the vets don’t think it’s a health related issue, but they do think it’s an unavoidable competition thing that he’s initiated with the oldest of our 3 male cat. So, heartbreakingly after trying everything else possible, the only solution we have left is to permanently separate him from “his competition.”

He is chipped, neutered, up-to-date on vaccinations, and front declawed. Ideally we would like to find him a home where he’s the only cat since that would likely solve the spraying issue. We’ve already pursued all other rehoming options that we know of, though, and have not had a single person offer to take him. At this point we are at our wits end and desperate to have him out of our home.

How long is fostering needed for?

Until a forever home for pet is found

Other notes

Please consider fostering-to-adopt our beloved 9-year-old indoors only cat, Diddle.

We rescued him from a local shelter as a kitten. He was so sweet & playful & won us over immediately. For years, he continued to steal our hearts. He is a very good natured kitty, & a great snuggler.

Over past year or so, though, he’s developed an issue with peeing outside of the litter box. We’ve taken him to multiple vets & tried everything they’ve recommended, but it’s only gotten worse, not better.

Based on test results the vets don’t think it’s a health related issue, but they do think it’s an unavoidable competition thing that he’s initiated with the oldest of our 3 male cat. So, heartbreakingly after trying everything else possible, the only solution we have left is to permanently separate him from “his competition.”

He is chipped, neutered, up-to-date on vaccinations, and front declawed. Ideally we would like to find him a home where he’s the only cat since that would likely solve the spraying issue, but we are definitely open to other rehoming options as well.

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