Sir George and his siblings were orphaned May 13 when mom was hit by a car. They were 4 days old and from the beginning had a hard road to travel. While his sister overcame her difficulties, Sir George is still fighting his dragon. He is so cuddly and sweet, and his purr will light up a room. He's so excited to see anyone that comes to visit and everyone that meets him falls instantly in love. However he does have a problem. He is still undergoing testing to determine why he has troubles pooping properly. He will pee in a litter pan but he has gut spasms that cause him to poop outside, but usually near, his litter pan. He is also on a special prescription diet for easier digestion. He's a peanut of a kitten, and likely won't be very big - so he doesn't eat a lot. It's not very expensive to maintain him. Its our hope that with further workup, that we can figure out what is causing his tummy troubles and get him back on track. He loves to play with other cats, is good with birds and is friendly with dogs. He has plenty of energy in his tiny frame and plenty of go-get-'um spirit and spunk. Give him a chance and we can guarantee he will win your heart. Hi adoption includes UTD, neuter, and a free vet visit!
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