Hercules was either born with, or suffered an injury to his front foot that was not repairable. Vets characterize it like a club foot (paw). It does not cause him any pain, just occasionally his leg gives out and he does a quick somersault, and carries on. He is not bothered by it and actually enjoys having his legs and feet rubbed.
He has a very sweet spirit, loves to play and eat. He can be particular and likes to have his own litter box. He also enjoys a bedtime treat and gets along well with dogs and other cats.
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