Spinn loves to go for walks on his harness and leash in the backyard, It seems to give him the freedom that his wobbly body craves. Spinn is has cerebellar hypoplasia due to birth defect or trauma and he is about 3 years old Despite this challenge he is amazing. He is very smart and has adapted to his new friends, 3 canines (one with cerebellar hypoplasia), 3 felines and 1 human! He needs to be safe indoors only. He has great litter box manners. He can go up short steps with supervision. Slick floors are hard for him as he loses his footing easily so carpet or area rugs are better. Spinn responds to his name and will talk back. He melts into you when you hug him. He is a highly adaptable cat that has come from an unknown situation.
Spinn currently lives in Baker City, OR and there are few fosters/adopters in that area. Spinn was scheduled for euthanasia and was saved with hours to go by a kind-hearted person who is used to fostering animals with slight disabilities. She cannot keep him but will arrange transport to the Portland area if someone is interested in fostering or adopting this sweet guy.
Fo r more information on meeting and adopting this kitty, please fill out a pre-adoption application under "ADOPT" on our website at WWW.CATSCRADLERESCUE.COM. Your information will be forwarded to the owner for follow-ups and meeting arrangement.
Cat's Cradle is an all-volunteer, non-profit foster-home based rescue serving Oregon cats who need new homes. 100% of your adoption fee goes to provide for the medical and physical needs of the cats in our care. We invite you to become a foster parent and experience the great satisfaction of helping a cat or kitten in need.
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