Bob is a lovey playful boy who was born quite special. You see Bob was born with a back leg slightly deformed, what may be called a Pegleg. Ironically he was named after a war veteran that lost he leg in combat. Hence the name "Pegleg Bob" was born. Bob's mama was taken in after she had her two kittens in an old car in their garage. As the two kittens grew and began to romp around the garage near a busy street, the Good Samaritans who took them in began to worry. The couple were in there 70's and were willing to keep mama, who they named Lovey. The name says it all...ARK would take-in both kittens. Bob's sister, Indiana, was born with internal deformities. Unfortunately, she would pass away on her 3 month birthday. Bob missed his sister badly! We are so happy that Bob is very cat social and began to pal around with the other kittens. Bob is an amazing little guy, full of life and love! Boy can he purr! He will need special care being a tripod and may experience problems with his leg later in life. Bob deserves a loving forever home! Trust me he doesn't even realize he has a disabiliy...
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