Ark animal hospital a veterinary clinic for dogs and cats
This guy came to us as a kitten over 12 years ago. His jobs include: monitoring reception area for cats that need reassurance, walking on keyboards, using employees as human treat dispensers, and living up to his name. (Prince).
Depending on who you ask, he is the sweetest cat ever. But, only if you are on of his chosen humans.
This guy has been with us for about six years. His tail was injured and he was taken to the Santa Rosa Shelter. We adopted him, amputated his tail and he has been part of our cat royalty ever since!
He lives a magical life that includes endless treats (imagine everyone you see throughout the day, gives you a bag of skittles), monitor computer screens for errors, and harassing Prince DK just like a little brother should. He sits just far enough away from him to make him scream, and then looks at you as if to say "What? I didn't even touch him."
Finn came to us in late fall due to a wound on his leg, Dr. Sauser had him stay with us during the healing process. His wound took some time in healing partly due to the location and he has so much energy and partly due to a drug resistant bacteria that was causing delayed healing). He did have a skin graft, many bandages, and a few different antibiotics until the culture results revealed methicillin-resistant staphylococcus pseudintermedius (MRSP). This caused a delay of healing of the wound, thankfully with the right antibiotic and lots of patience, his leg has healed! He has the tiniest of scars. His limp is permanent due to trauma of the muscles when this first happened. He is still a fun loving, energy filled adventurous kitten who took all his healthcare in stride and continued to love us and his new home. As we all fell in love with him, he has become the newest welcome member of Ark Animal Hospital, although still prefers to stay close by to the doctors who helped him out.
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