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Small spayed cat for rehome (Helena)

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Biscuit maker for rehome.
This is Mew. Mew is a lovely soft spoken tortoise shell small cat. She is shy, but loving. Sadly though we have tried these last 6 years she still despises children and stress pees about the home (she's nice to kids but hides all day and holds her bladder too long). This leads us to 2+ emergency visits to the vet per year for bladder infection brought on by her stress alone and hours of cleaning carpet and it's just not sustainable for us and our large family anymore. Also she needs a top entry box or tall storage tub made into a litterbox because she stands to pee and that goes over the edge in a normal litter box.... She turns 8 this year. Up to date on shots, spayed, loves friendly kitties, small dog friendly, can get used to calm bigger dogs that give her space. She will play with little dogs if the want to play. She cannot go to a home with elementary age or younger kids. We raised her with a baby and she never took to them. Maybe ages 12+ kids and a quiet home. She has been indoor and outdoor before, but I do not think she could be a fully outdoor cat unless we are talking heated barn or something (no survival instincts).
She does well on tiki after dark shreds food or iams bladder recipe kibble (patte food fillers/thickeners makes her nauseous and she will throw up). She doesn't have crystals in urine according to the vet, but it did slightly slow the amount of bladder infections she got. We tried all the anxiety meds, natural and prescription, and she's still not thriving in our home. No guilt please, local shelter said they won't take her because of her bladder infection history and the rescue scene is high stress.
Our kids aren't growing up anytime soon, so her health problems won't end until she feels relaxed in a quiet home.
Thanks for bumping this so more people see it and we hopefully find her a good match. 💜

PS. We can give you her top entry litter box if you don't have one right now, just let me know. Also we can give a few cans of her favorite food upon rehoming.

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