Ragnar is pure joy. It must be good to be Ragnar, because everything is just so much fun for him. He is a super sweet, cuddly, affectionate goofball with just a hint of cerebellar hypoplasia (his reward for surviving panleukopenia), not enough to cause any real impairment but enough so that he has a slight head bobble and is pretty clumsy, in a very endearing way. It certainly doesn't slow him down as he gets the zooms just like any other kitty his age.
Ragnar has been brought up in a home with several cats and kittens as well as dogs. He's more a fan of his feline compadres and would be a great companion for anyone who likes to cuddle and play. He'll let you pick him up and carry him around like a baby, and bring a smile to your face with his sweet and clumsy shenanigans.
To learn more about Ragnar or if you're interested in adopting him, please visit the Kitten Rescue website at www.kittenrescue.org and fill out our adoption questionnaire in the Adoptions tab, and be sure to mention him by name! Or you may contact his foster dad directly by clicking here or by filling out the Contact form on the Kitten Rescue website.
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