Beans was rescued from under a car where he was eating beans. He was born with a condition called eyelid agenesis, meaning he did not have any upper eyelids. His left eye had to be removed due to infection and structural abnormalities. He had a cryosurgery on his right eye to remove the hair follicles, which were rubbing on his eye. Beans does not need special medical care beyond a simple, over the counter nighttime lubricant ointment given once per day. A tube is around $10 and lasts a couple months.
Beans is very sweet and loving, once he knows you he will purr and knead his paws during lap time. He loves people, but would do best with adults or older children as chaos can be a bit scary for him. It takes him a week or 2 to adapt to a new environment, so he would prefer a home where he won’t be moving often. He has no issues from only having 1 eye, though his eyesight is limited - so don’t rearrange the furniture multiple times a year and he will be fine.
Beans loves to play and romp with other kitties! Once he knows them, Beans gets along with all other kitties and would ideally have a forever kitty friend in his home. He isn’t too pushy if they don’t want to play, but also is game for lots of fun if they want to play.
Beans is the purrrfect companion and can’t wait to find his forever family! He is fixed, tested for FIV/Felv, dewormed, flea treated, microchipped, and current on vaccines.
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