Normally, Mystery might be peeved by a bad haircut, but this new ’do is for a good reason - a mass was removed from the top of his head!
The 16-year-old kitty has had a great deal of medical care at the Connecticut Humane Society with the staff medical team. In addition to the mass removal, he was treated for a thyroid condition, arthritis, messy ears and dental disease.
Generous supporters have made his veterinary attention possible, and allow pets of all ages to get a fresh start.
Throughout his care, Mystery has loved all the attention, and he’s quite the talker! He will knead and purr when you pick him up, and even enjoys being a lap cat.
It will be important to stick to his schedule for thyroid and arthritis medication … and of course, to simply spoil him! Mystery should be okay with kids of any age as long as they are gentle with pets, and he may be open to a furry sibling.
Visit CThumane.org/adopt to learn more. An online application can be found in each pet’s profile. CHS is a private organization with locations in Newington, Waterford and Westport and the reduced-fee Fox Memorial Clinic for owned pets, and is not affiliated with the government or any other animal welfare organizations.
CHS’ work is made possible 100% through the generosity of donors.