By Allie & Joe

Purrseus got his name because out of all our fosters he loved to purr all the time. He was always shy but came to us very sick and didn’t get healthy enough to be able to find a new home so he stayed. He started losing interest in playing or even purring then when he couldn’t walk properly and appeared to be blind suddenly we knew something was wrong. I was able to quickly get in contact with FieldHaven. He was evaluated and found to have ocular FIP. It only took a few days for him to start being more active and gaining weight again. He now is back to purring his heart out and enjoys playing with his kitty friends. Giving shots daily is not easy and it does make him a bit grumpy but we are so grateful to save his life. He is halfway through treatment and doing great! We would not have been able to save him if not for FieldHaven and we are so thankful for the support we have received.

Star Stats

Diagnosis Date: January 29, 2022
FIP Type: Ocular
Treatment Completion Date: March 22, 2022
Cure Date: June 15, 2022
Source: Lucky 15
Caregiver(s): Allegra & Joseph Reno
Veterinarian(s): Dr. Alex Rensing, DVM (FieldHaven Feline Center)
Status: Cured