Huntly is getting on really well with the German Shepherd that shares our house. He likes jumping out from behind the furniture to give him a fright & the Shepherd is often seen throwing Huntly his rubber ball. The relationship that is developing between them is lovely to watch. Unfortunately Huntly's neutering couldn't be done today. His vet has found he has some major dental & gum issues. He has to be treated with antibiotics before he can be operated on in 2 weeks.
Huntlywill be neutered & have the worst of his teeth removed. It's so sad to see such a young cat affected like this. He's in this state because of major neglect during his early development. He has probably had rickets too & will also be tested for feline AIDS... so all in all it wasn't good news. For a cat that is probably only 10 months old this is very unfair. However, his vet is very hopeful we can get him on the right track. She was impressed with his heartbeat & the size of his testicles. "The biggest balls" she'd ever seen apparently. I presume she meant within the feline range!!