GRACIE is a petite princess who is "special needs." She is a dear little waif who was born with a disability and is unable to walk properly. When she arrived in our care, it was thought that her right rear leg was broken, as it collapsed under her as she ran. Yet she had no obvious pain or discomfort, and scampered around as if everything was fine. Her foster mom could tell that she had some kind of problem, however, and was determined to figure out what it was. Many x-rays later, the vet determined that GRACIE was born with a physical deformity, and will always be special. She can climb, run, wrestle and even use the litter box with no issues. All she needs is a home. If special needs kittens and cats are your thing, please contact us! We'd love for Gracie to find her special family. www.friendsofcampbellcounty.org
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