We love rescues and would like to tell you a little bit about the furry friends we have taken under our wing to give them a permanent home with us. Now, it's time for Ericka's cat Munse. This is their story of how they met to now.
Munse was in the Humane Society of Otter Tail County and he had a little limp. I immediately loved his laid back personality.
We took him home and he got into our laundry sorter where he spent the whole day stuck. Chad (my husband) rescued him and he was his cat from that day.
Munse became very sick and Dr. Lukken thankfully figured out he had a hemobartonella which is a bacteria from fleas that could have killed him without treatment. He will live indoors the rest of his life so as to not infect others.
Dr. Lukken saved his life again when he performed surgery to remove a string from under his tongue and stomach. Now that I have been with him through that and there with him during recovery. He loves me almost as much as my husband.
It's funny he gets mad when Chad goes out to the garage without him. He will sit and meow at the door until he lets him come hang out (it's attached to the house.) He refuses to be set down if he wants to be held and will hold your face with his paws. He bosses the dogs around too.
We have had Munse since September 2018 and he is doing great! We love the entertainment he provides!