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Posted on 02-27-2015

HELLO everyone!!  My name is Trinity, but my nickname at Eagle Animal Hospital is "Tree-tree".  I am a beautiful buff colored shorthaired feline gal with light amber eyes.  I will be turning 9 years young in April.

My story began 3 years ago when I got sick and needed surgery to remove bladder stones.  Unfortunately my previous owners were unable to pay for the surgery and sadly, wanted to put me to sleep.  The news was devastating to all of us. Luckily, the veterinarians here at Eagle Animal Hospital knew what a wonderful cat I was and am and asked if they could take ownership of me instead . They took care of all of my medical needs!   The doctors at Eagle Animal Hospital performed a cystotomy, surgery to remove my bladder stones.  It took 14 days for me to make a full recovery and I have been SUPER ever since.  Because of the bladder surgery, I eat a special food so the stones do not develop again in my bladder.  I also take two liquid medications daily to prevent constipation.  They work like a charm! More importantly, I am a very good girl about taking my medicine. The team members at Eagle Animal Hospital just add my medicine to my canned food and I gobble it up.  I am very thankful for all love and care that the staff at Eagle Animal Hospital has given me.

My reason for posting this blog is.....I am a single buff female in search of a new home.  Although I love my family at EAH, it is time for me to move on.  I want to find a family who will love me in a forever home.  I would also request  a home where I will not be bullied by  the other pets (cats or dogs) in the house.  I am shy at first but once I warm up to you....LOOK out because I am the best companion!  I will ask for my breakfast and daily brushings are my favorite activity.  Brushing makes me motor purr like crazy. I prefer quiet afternoons basking in a sunny window and then once I enjoy my dinners I am content for the night. 

If you are interested in meeting me, please contact my family at Eagle Animal Hospital, and they will make all the arrangements.  I look forward to my happily ever after.

Written by Vicki Guy

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