SimbaRescue Me ID: 24-04-08-00034

About Simba

Adoption Fee: $75
Age: Adult
Sex: Male

Hey friends and family, I am looking for someone who would like to take Simba and rehome him to a really great home. It's with the heaviest of hearts that I have to write this, but we have tried four vet visits, multiple medications and diffusers, litters, food, litter locations, and more to fix his issue. He is currently peeing outside of the box when he's upset. This is not an all the time thing, but generally when he wants to get his point across about something. I am beginning to think there is something, or someone in this home that he's not a fan of anymore and doesn't like being here. He's the sweetest, cuddliest, and most loving boy ever. I am so heartbroken and don't want to rehome him, but there's nothing more we can do. We have another cat and that cat is starting to think that it's okay to use the bathroom outside of the box. We can't have two cats doing this. Our other cat Nozzo, has separation anxiety and doesn't like when doors are closed. Due to Simba's urination, we can't allow him in bedrooms, because he pees on my bed. So, Nozzo freaks out and can't handle the door being shut. I really would like to see Simba go to a good home. I really don't want to part with him, but this isn't fair to Nozzo or the rest of us. I think Simba needs a house where he's the only cat and can have more 1-on-1 attention. Please DM me if you're interested. Update -- He has a urination issue. We took him to the vet and he has a sensitive bladder, which means any amount of stress or anxiety will give him cysts in his bladder. They called it Idiopathic Cystitis. The vet also mentioned that this could very well be behavioral too if he doesn't stop with the medication. They did find an early trace of kidney disease, but said it's nothing to worry about right now and just work on increasing his liquid. He has been prescribed liquid Gabapentin daily. It makes him very lethargic, so we give it to him at night so he can just go to sleep afterwards. We feed him a specific urinary diet. Every Monday and Friday, we give him Purina Pro Plan Urinary Tract Health Pate canned food, mixed with Purina Hydra liquid. He doesn't drink water unless he doesn't feel well. Every other day of the week, he gets regular Fancy Feast canned food (2 cans a day, one in the AM and one in the PM). He also gets Purina Urinary Tract dry food. He doesn't eat it too much, because he has dental issues which I couldn't afford to fix. The vet let us know, if it's not hurting him then he should be okay. They quoted me about $1,200 for dental repairs


Hennepin County
Champlin, Minnesota

Katelyn Rounsville: 7634420144

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  • Good with Most Cats
  • Good with Most Dogs
  • Good with Kids and Adults


  • Average Energy
  • Very Submissive


  • Neutered
  • Vaccinations Current
  • Incontinent

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