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Squishies Flat Faced Animal Rescue Inc.
Mantis is a little pocket rocket who LOVES to play! She does however have some joint issues that mean her playtime needs to be monitored, and pain relief given, if she over does it.
Mantis came into care with a mouth full of rotting teeth and an extremely sore back/hips. She has had a major dental and her teeth are now nice and healthy (though she doesn't have a huge amount left!) and x-rays showed that she has both hip dysplasia and luxating patellas. While this sounds overwhelming, she doesn't require any surgery, as she has lived and adjusted to this throughout out her life. She will however more than likely develop arthritis at an early age and will need ongoing support for her joints as she ages.
Mantis is extremely cat friendly, though would be just as happy as an only cat. She loves a pat and is happy to be picked up but isn't keen on being held or lap sitting, at this stage.
Mantis is not a fan of being brushed or groomed in any way and she will need a home that is prepared to take this slowly and help her to learn that being groomed is a pleasurable experience, not a punishment. In the mean time, you will need to be willing to have her professionally groomed, should she need it.
Mantis is in care in Croydon
Mantis goes to her new home desexed, microchipped, vaccinated, flea and worm treated and having had a major dental and several x-rays. She has both hip dysplasia and luxating patellas, but neither require surgery. She will need ongoing pain relief at times and joint support through supplements as she ages.
Initially, please email for an adoption questionnaire, or download one from our website - http://www.pawprintsprivaterescue.com/#!applications and email to: firstname.lastname@example.org Once the questionnaire has been returned, we will contact you to discuss.
Should the pet be potentially a good match for your home, we will arrange a meet with you and the pet, and should the meet be successful, the pet will be adopted with a 2 week trial to ensure they settle in well.
This pet has been adopted and found love with its new family.
The rescue group has removed this pet and it is no longer available for adoption.
The rescue group is no longer taking adoption applications for this pet.