Little Bit is our miracle baby. She was found on the side of the road - either hit by a car or thrown out of one. Her rescuers didn't think she was alive. But miraculously, Little Bit survived. This little fighter has some central nervous system damage. She has a permanent head tilt to the left and we think she's lost a bit of peripheral vision. It doesn't slow her down ONE BIT. She runs, jumps, plays and acts just like a normal kitten. She loves to be petted and snuggled. She doesn't like being picked up because we think it throws her balance off. She's great with the litter box (a very rare miss) and she gets along well with other cats, especially older ones. The vets don't know exactly what her future will hold, but all signs point to a pretty normal happy life for this cutie.
Little Bit must remain an indoor cat and her adoption fee is $90. De-clawing is not permitted. **Foundations details: FFAF is not a shelter and is fully dependent on wonderful foster homes therefore, FFAF does not accept surrenders. All animals will be fully updated on all vaccinations, spayed/neutered, and micro-chipped. Potential adopters must live in the Central Florida area.
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