Slim loves his humans once they take the time to croon softly into his ear for a week or so. It also helps to give him treats and play with him. He opens his heart with discretion. If he could only tell us what he has been through.
Sweet, shy, somewhat shaky Slim was living as a feral cat when he was trapped to be neutered. The kind woman doing this volunteer work noticed Slim was "shaky," so instead of returning him to live as a feral cat, she obtained vet care for him. It turns out Slim has a mild case of Cerebellar Hypoplasia, a genetic neurological disorder. Slim's condition will not deteriorate, and he has adopted well. He's just a little special and a little shy.
Slim does love to play, and if you are patient and gentle, he will welcome petting. Slim also adores the company of other cats.
Do you have it in your heart to give Slim the first safe home base he has ever known?
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