Meet WonTon! She is a gorgeous 5-year-old Maine Coon mix that joined the Romeoville Humane Society in February. She was surrendered by her owner when he was unable to afford the cost of the cystotomy to remove a magnesium stone from her bladder.
WonTon has made a full recovery, and is anxious to find a family to call her own. She will need to be on a special diet the rest of her life. The vet recommended two different foods that are sold at many veterinarian offices with a prescription. The preferred choice is Royal Canin and the secondary choice is Hill’s Prescription. She should also drink distilled water. Placing her on this special diet greatly decreases the risk of a reoccurring stone.
WonTon is a gentle, easy-going cat that gets along well with both dogs and cats. If she is in a home with other cats, it is important to make sure she is fed separately from the other cats. Her foster mom says it is a lot easier than you think to schedule feeding times for multiple-cat households. WonTon shared a home with several other foster cats and there was no issue.
WonTon enjoys being pet and loved, especially getting rubbed under her chin. She has a long coat and will need to be brushed regularly, which is a great way to bond with her. WonTon is a kitten at heart. She sure loves to play! Her favorite toys are sparkly little balls.
Please help this sweetheart find a family to call her own. Feel free to contact the Romeoville Humane Society if you have any further questions about WonTon’s condition. Her adoption fee is $125, and she is spayed, up to date on vaccinations, and has a microchip that automatically transfers to her new owner.
Please visit us on the web: www.romeovillehumanesociety.org, and fill out an application today!
The Romeoville Humane Society of Romeoville, Illinois, is a 501(c)(3) public charity created by the laws of the State of Illinois and registered with the Internal Revenue Service as a tax-exempt corporation. We currently do not have a stand-alone building to house our rescued animals, and rely solely on foster homes. Please visit our website to learn about exciting opportunities to help the animals in our community, or call our voicemail box: 877-813-7300.