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Adopt Ollie

Female Baby Siamese

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Cameron Animal Hospital Rescue

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About Ollie

Ollie has big ears and an even bigger personality. She loves to run and play, talks frequently, and loves having company and attention. Ollie is generally healthy; she is FeLV/FIV (-/-), fully vaccinated, and will be spayed. However, she has a condition called hyperaesthesia, in which her nerves can be hypersensitive. This causes even the gentlest touch to sometimes be overstimulating. Therefore, although Ollie wants attention and petting, she can sometimes be nervous and jumpy. At this time Ollie takes a medication to help bring her nerve firing back to normal levels. (Fortunately she eats it well in her food.) This is a condition that she may age out of, and having room to run and play in a home, therefore reducing kennel stress and frustration, will also help. Due to this condition we are looking for an adopter with an extensive veterinary history. Ollie will do best in an adult only home. Ollie has been good with other animals, but will be ok as a single pet. If you are interested in adopting Ollie, please indicate that you have read and understand her medical condition, and that you have an extensive veterinary history. Please email for more information about Ollie.

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