Meet Freedom
Animal ID 43724147 
Species Cat 
Breed Domestic Shorthair/Mix 
Age 2 years 9 months 9 days 
Gender Male 
Size Small 
Color Black 
Declawed No 
Housetrained Yes 
Site Animal Allies Rescue Foundation 
Location Foster Home 
Intake Date 1/30/2020 
💩Everyone poops💩
Dogs. Cats. Heck, we bet that even *YOU* poop (gasp!!!). So really, you won't be surprised when we tell you that Freedom here - he poops.
At 18 months old, tiny Free Free has gone through a lot of shi...stuff. Found as a kitten with burrs covering his whole behind, he had difficulty using the litterbox before he was diagnosed with a rectal stricture (in scientific terms, his poop chute didn't operate properly).
After months of surgical procedures, the stricture was resolved successfully! But Freedom isn't exactly "regular": he uses the litterbox, but inevitably he leaks a little. From the butt.
Before we share more about this Lil' Turd's little turds, let's tell you a little bit about **him**, and why he's a delight and purrfect companion. No bull💩.
😽Freedom is an affectionate, petite cat at only 5lb (fully grown!).
🐶He loves kissing people and snuggling with dogs (his purrrrfect home will have a dog to play with!).
😸Fun with feather toys and other games, food, and chin scratches are all on the menu when you hang out with Free Free.
So what kind of care does Freedom need?
📥Despite his poopy problem, Freedom is well litterbox trained (he's never urinated outside the litterbox, and his major stools all go there without problem).
🧼From a care perspective, his Foster mom uses a quick wet wipe on him twice daily (along with a weekly bath which he takes like a champ!) to keep him cleaner than a Charmin Bear's bum.
👶Freedom wears a diaper when he's wandering outside of his room - and let's be real, that's ADORABLE.
💊He takes probiotics and special food to help manage his stool.
Freedom also has asymptomatic Feline Coronavirus, which means he will need to be the only cat in the household, but does not currently require any care or treatment for the condition.
We know it will take a special someone to adopt a cat with an anal anomaly. But Freedom is, ultimately, a perfect cat. He's playful, cuddly, and loves everyone - he's special in the truest sense of the word. As his Foster said, she'd be happy to have him live in her office with her forever, but he deserves a chance at a real home. And it's our job to help him find one.
💩Everyone poops💩 BUTT... only one very special someone will get to take Freedom home.

If you'd like to take me home, please fill out an adoption application at this website - and choose me - Freedom! My adoption fee is $100 and includes all of my routine vetting, rabies and distemper/parvo vaccinations, FelV/FIV testing (kitties), deworming, spay/neuter surgery, heartworm testing, monthly heartworm prevention, microchip, boarding and transportation costs if applicable.