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More about this kitty : Olivander likes string a lot on toys and really fluffy toys and blankets. He meows and purrs a lot. He his a very soft cat and likes to play around as much as possible. He likes to be scratched on his hind end and neck and ears and purrs very loud. He was, supposedly, hit by car and a good Samaritan brought him into the clinic I work at. He was fine with no issues besides a slightly bobble head with no other problems to be seen or diagnosed, at least not until about two months ago he now has had trouble seeming to walk on his back legs. He can get up fine but he will take two or three steps and fall over. ONLY his BACK legs have this issues nothing else is wrong. He uses his front legs fine and everything. He eats, drinks, and uses the litter box fine like a normal cat (as long as its a low litter box). He has only been around my older black cat and my small Chihuahua, so I don't know about him likely or not likely other animals. With his condition, it might take him a few times to get use to either new people or animals. He is such a good natured little guy, and SO cute!!
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