Meet Lincoln

Meet Lincoln2024-02-08T10:51:08-04:00

Lincoln entered this world in a foster home through our Adirondack Region Cat Adoption Center in Glens Falls, NY. Three months later he presented with some concerning symptoms: persistent diarrhea, lethargy, strained mobility and pain. With a primary diagnosis of congenital rickets (a vitamin D deficiency), he was transferred to the Port Washington campus for treatment at our American Animal Hospital Association-accredited Pet Health Centers.

Lincoln was further diagnosed with hypocalcemia and recurring bowel issues due to a narrowed pelvis. It took several months for the effects of medication and whole lot of TLC in our Feline Care Home to take hold, but Lincoln improved well beyond expectations. Thank you for sponsoring sweet Lincoln, providing him with lifetime medication and special care.

February 2024

Lincoln (aka Leon) has made a seamless transition into his adoring new family. Mom Chloe said when she first saw his photo, she knew that although his medical condition would require a lot of work, “he deserved to spend his life in a home surrounded by love. I’ve adopted seniors for years, and I just knew Leon needed us as much as we needed him. He is the happiest cat I’ve ever known despite his challenges. For however long we have with this special guy, Leon has stolen our hearts forever.”

November 2023

Introducing Lincoln! – Lincoln entered this world in a foster home through our Adirondack Region Cat Adoption Center in Glens Falls, NY. Three months later he presented with some concerning symptoms: persistent diarrhea, lethargy, strained mobility, and pain. At our Pet Health Centers, Lincoln was diagnosed with congenital rickets (a vitamin D deficiency), as well as hypocalcemia and recurring bowel issues due to a narrowed pelvis. It took several months for the medication and TLC in our Feline Care Home to take hold, but Lincoln has improved well beyond expectations.