Scamp is a sweet, affectionate, active, playful girl who lives life at a fast pace! She was born 7/20/16. She loves people and attention and delights in being in the middle of all the activity. Scamp is a special girl due to her mild/moderate CH (Cerebellar Hypoplasia). CH is a disorder where the cerebellum of the brain was not fully formed in the womb. It won’t get better and it won’t get worse. But wait! Don’t feel sorry for her, as she is a very smart, happy girl who can do everything she wants to do and doesn’t care that it takes her just a little bit longer. Otherwise, she is just like any other kitten, and her jerky movements, wobbly uncoordinated walking and head bobbing make her that much more endearing! Scamp likes to play and be held and will reward your attentions with purrs and rubs! Her best buds are Skippy (her sister) and playmate Denver. Contact us to find out where you can meet Scamp and friends! Please note that it is Fancy Cat’s policy that kittens be adopted in pairs or have an age appropriate playmate in the home already. We also do not adopt kittens to families with children under six years old without seeing appropriate history/experience with cats.
If you are interested in adopting, please fill out an application and a representative will get back to you shortly to answer any questions you may have. The application can be found at this link (copy-paste into a new window): http://tinyurl.com/k5xd2vr.
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