Annie and Harley are a little brother and sister. They came to us as kittens but it soon became evident that something was seriously wrong with them. Vets at UC Davis examined their extensive records and they were diagnosed with "osteogenesis imperfecta" aka: Brittle Bone Disease - a hereditary disorder in which insufficient calcium is deposited for their bones to grow normally.
They were given 6 months to live but they are with C.A.R.E. 10 years. Please sponsor these two beautiful little wonders.
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