Zeke is a very special boy. Months after he was adopted, he was diagnosed with the dry neurological form of FIP—which, up until recently, has been a death sentence.
However, with the guidance of his vet, Zeke began an 84-day regimen of medication, then an 84-day evaluation period. He went through 168 days without a hitch, and to this day Zeke is FIP-free!
He’s a delightful little lad with a lot of personality, and he will be 2 years old in April. He enjoys playing with his best friends Otus and Charlie, and likes saying “hewwo?” and “mama!” to his adopted family members. He has been the light of our lives through the rough year that was 2020.