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The foster carer will then be in touch to discuss this further and arrange a meeting. If after leaving your details you have not heard from anyone after 48 hours, please let us know. Once you’ve decided to give a foster cat or kitten a furrever home you’ll need to come to Cat Haven in person to complete the adoption paperwork before taking them home. We can’t wait to hear from you!

Draekora - 160943 - Male - Senior

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Pursonality Traits

Hi I'm Draekora and I am a cool dude looking for a new home. I came to Cat Haven as a stray and nobody came forward for me! Can you believe it? Look into my eyes deeply and I will tell you everything you need to know about life! But in case you don't speak cat, read what my foster carer wrote about me:

"Draek loves his wet food and cuddles. After his dinner he becomes increasingly impatient that I go to bed. After much vocalising, I eventually give in and go to bed to make him happy. I have put a stool next to my bed as it is a little to high for him to jump comfortably and he quickly worked it out. At night he sleeps on my bed and has to check at least a few times a night that I am still alive. I am sure this is just because he would have to make alternate plans for breakfast if I was not hahaha

He spends the day under my bed resting though can be convinced to come out for a few minutes with food. While he tends to spend his time at the back of the house, he does come out into the kitchen and family room now for while. He is settling in so well."

Because of my colouring I need to minimise my exposure to the sun. And I must be medicated twice daily for my hyperthyroidism. If you think you can give me the time and care that I need, come meet me in my foster home in Dianella.

Health Issues

Draekora has hyperthyroidism which means he has overactive thyroid glands. Thyroid hormones help control the body's metabolic rate and cats with hyperthyroidism tend to burn up energy too rapidly and typically suffer weight loss despite having an increased appetite and increased food intake. Draekora will need to return for a repeat blood test in February 2021 to monitor his thyroid function. Depending on the result his dosage may need to be changed. He may be required to return every 4 weeks for a blood test until the optimal dosage is found, and once he’s stable he will be required to visit the vet every 3-6 months for a blood test and review. Under the Animal Support Program, Draekora is entitled to free medication and free vet consults in regards to his hyperthyroidism at the Cat Haven clinic.