I'm being cared for by: Brigid's Crossing Foundation
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Facts about Sagan
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: Tan Or Fawn (Mostly)
already neutered, a special needs pet, in need of an experienced adopter, and up to date with shots.
I am already neutered, a special needs pet, in need of an experienced adopter, and up to date with shots.
Sagan is such a great cat and boy does he need a home! He’s a young fellow – about three years old – he’s short-haired and white with brown tabby markings. He is energetic and sweet and loving. Sagan is also a “Special Needs” kitty. As a small kitten he was swung around by the tail by some kids and that injured his spine. As a result he can’t really push to move his bowels. He has to be given a laxative to keep his stool soft and he doesn’t have a lot of control over it coming out, but does manage to use the litter pan much of the time. So for longer than a year, he has been living by himself in a room lined with newspapers. He is lonesome and being young, should have some stimulation and someone to play with, but he does not, because of his situation. He needs to be adopted by a kind and observant friend who is able to “think outside the box” and find a solution for him. He needs to be monitored to make sure he doesn’t get constipated. If he continues to receive a laxative, perhaps he can be in an outdoor enclosure for some of the time, or in a space where he can see outdoors and have his human friends visit. He gets so excited and happy when humans visit him. Maybe he can have visits from a kitty friend, too. He is incredibly sweet and affectionate. Sagan can’t help what happened to him and it must have been very traumatic to be swung by the tail and injured. He deserves to have a good life and lots of love and caring. I promised him I would put his description out there and maybe a special human friend would respond. Right now, he is isolated and not around other kitties much, but he would probably be okay in a multi-cat household, once he got used to it. He would be okay as an only kitty, as well, as long as he had enough attention and stimulation from his human friends
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