Category: Hoppy

Hoppy: The “Feral” Foster – Moving On Up

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinThis blog was posted before our name change to For All Animals A couple weeks after Hoppy’s surgery we moved (still in the Baltimore area). Hoppy would be going from living in our home office (a large bedroom) to our new office/studio space, which was an entire floor of our new home. We acclimated him in his kennel ‘apartment’ for…

Hoppy: The “Feral” Foster – Second Opinion

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinThis blog was posted before our name change to For All Animals For weeks Hoppy slowly recovered from his dental surgery. We didn’t know exactly what to expect, but we did notice his chin didn’t seem to be improving as we had hoped. Some of his gums seemed a bit irritated as well, so we brought him into the dentist…

Hoppy: The “Feral” Foster – Toothless

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinThis blog was posted before our name change to For All Animals. We picked Hoppy up from the dentist and the dental assistant went over his x-rays with us while they got him ready. In true Hoppy form, this was the worst case they’d ever seen. Needless to say he reached the cap of the dental estimate and beyond. A…

Hoppy: The “Feral” Foster – Photo Catch up

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinThis blog was posted before our name change to For All Animals. There were some days and milestones that didn’t warrant a whole post, but are worth mentioning. I mentioned Hops tends to poop when he’s in his carrier–below is a photo of his bathing tolerance. He just kind of goes limp until you tell him you’re done. On May…

Hoppy: The “Feral” Foster – The Limp

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinThis blog was posted before our name change to For All Animals. It was Saturday morning, just two days after we took Hoppy to the internist. We went in to feed him and noticed he wasn’t putting weight on his front left foot. The night before he had partaken in some acrobatics involving our six foot tall storage shelves—landing himself…

Hoppy: The “Feral” Foster – The Internist

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinThis blog was posted before our name change to For All Animals. As it turns out there are very few cat internists in Maryland, but lucky for us one of them, Atlantic Veterinary Internal Medicine & Oncology, shares an office with our local Pet ER—which we frequent more than we would like to admit. All of Hoppy’s vet record had…