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I have had this cat since she was a kitten & have since come across a family situation that leaves me needing to find a new home for her. I found her in a parking lot in Cleveland where she had been attacked, was bloodied & undernourished. I took her to the vet to find out that she will likely never walk & it was unknown as to why.
After weeks of care she began to come around & eventually just started walking! Today it’s as if she never had any issues at all, aside from the fact that she is deaf. That’s why she is not de-clawed.
She is a good cat, spunky, loving & gets along great with kids. For her first year of life she did live with a senior dog & did great with her. I don’t know how she would be with other cats because she’s not been around them. However, if she sees one outside she goes into defense mode of her territory. She has been a great cat & I think she needs a home where she will get lots of love and attention. Bonus to being deaf – you can rename her whatever you like.
Please contact Jen at Jen.firstname.lastname@example.org or call 216-315-5595.
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