Smudge is the most affectionate kitty you will ever have the pleasure of meeting. He's a stunning black, handsome fellow that never stops purring or begging for attention. He would be great in just about any family dynamic as he's been brought up around my 65 lb dog and many other resident felines. Smudge was born with an enlarged heart. He received several months of medication to help reverse the condition which is called Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM). We believe he is now out of danger and shows no signs of poor health. We do recommend a diet that is high in taurine in order that he continues to receive the most important amino acid for all felines.
Smudgie has had all his shots including FeLV and rabies, neutered, dewormed, flea and ear mite free, plus microchip!
You will not regret adopting oursweet boy. He truly is one of the most loving and laid back felines I've ever had the pleasure of having in my care.
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