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|Rescue Me ID: 15-01-22-00287Jinx (male)|
Jinx is a 5-6 year old Himalayan who was found homeless on the streets of Grand Rapids. He was already neutered and declawed when found. He had a badly infected eye that needed to be removed. We were unable to find his original home, or a new home for him, so we have kept him. Four years later, we need to find him a new home. He is very aggressive with our four other cats, often blocking their access to other parts of our home, including the litter boxes. We have tried everything, including Prozac, to correct this behavior, but have been unable to stop it. We think he should be the only cat in the home. Jinx loves to play, and his favorite toy is Da Bird. He loves to run and jump, and often chases a couple of our other cats in what looks like play vs. the aggressive behavior described above. We think he is very prey driven. Jinx loves to cuddle. He gets in bed with us at night for a little while, and again in the morning. He follows us around the house and always hangs out nearby. He does not do well with children or new people - it takes him a little while to warm up. Jinx loves to go outside. We do allow him to go out, but only when supervised. He does not do well on a lead, instead preferring to walk around on his own. We live in the woods with no traffic or nearby neighbors, but we still supervise every step because we don't want him to get lost or picked up by an owl. (My husband is a very patient man and takes him out for walks.) He is so happy outside! Jinx does well with only one eye. The vet recommended that we put Genteal in his remaining eye on a daily basis. Genteal can be purchased at any pharmacy for under $10, a tube lasts for a couple of months. Jinx tolerates this very well. Jinx is very territorial, and tends to spray in the house every now and then. I think this would stop if he were the only cat in the home. He doesn't love to be brushed, so I cut out whatever mats develop and also have him groomed 1-2 times yearly. He does well with most grooming appointments. I have also held him at the vet and had a tech shave off the mats and he does well with that. If nothing else, I do recommend a sanitary shave at least 2x a year. Aside from the occasional sprayying, Jinx is very tidy about the litter box. He is used to clumping, unscented litter (Precious Cat), and a very clean box, as we scoop our boxes several times daily. Jinx rides great in the car. He seems really laid back about it and doesn't howl or get upset. (Less)
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Himalayan Cats can make good pets in Michigan if they match your IifestyIe. The Himalayan is a fluffy cat with very long hair. Hiamalayans are smart, active cats. Himalayans are loving, companionable pets. Himalayans should be checked by a veterinarian for polycystic kidney disease. Himalayans are one breed of cat that should be bathed.
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