Kareem

Kareem is the most special cat I’ve ever met. My friend saved him from drowning in her pool in December 2017. He was blinded by a terrible infection (which turned out to be multiple). He spent many months at different vet clinics who tried tirelessly to find the source of his breathing problems and recurrent infections and came to foster with me in May. Eventually, we found out he had a cleft palate and was accepted to Petcode Hospital in Ankara, Turkey in November 2018. While undergoing surgery, it was discovered he had a large mass in his nose, which was benign and successfully removed. Kareem is now back with me and it’s like he never left!

Kareem has an amazing personality because, through all of his trials, he was always super duper sweet and affection seeking, even with his numerous doctors. He jumps up, grabs your hands with your paws, and will even give a little gnaw on your hands if you don’t pet him. He rubs on and cuddles with all the other cats and even the dog. He still has chronic rhinitis so he needs his nose cleaned daily, but he is very well behaved for it. He also makes funny snorting sounds so he isn’t a quiet cat! However, he is NOT special needs as is an absolute joy to have due to his bubbly friendly personality.
  • Age: born August 2017
  • Vaccinated: Yes
  • Microchipped: Yes
  • Spayed/neutered: Yes
  • Good with children: Yes
  • Good with other cats: Yes
  • Good with dogs: Yes
  • RATT tested (for Europe adoption): Not yet. Willing to do this if a home in Europe is available, will cover travel costs if needed.
  • USA adoption: Yes, will cover travel costs if needed.
For more details please contact the rescuer, they can inform you about their adoption policies/fees and answer any questions you may have.
Email Caitlin on  cfarinel@gmail.com

A dedicated group of volunteers working to improve the lives of the street cats in Qatar.

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