This is Little Grey. She is clean and sweet smelling and soft as snow and we love to hold and cuddle her for it! This girl will motivate you every single day with her 'can-do' attitude and her brave optimism.
See, Little Grey comes from a litter whose mother was infected with Panleukopenia. And all 5 of her litter mates experienced toxicity in her womb, unfortunately resulting in a severe Cerebellar Hypoplasia condition.
But this is a non-progressive condition that causes her no pain and she absolutely adores every minute of her life! She has a few modifications to her bowl and litter box so she can take care of herself. We will supply all the information and support you need to help her find her place in your home.
Little Grey is 11-months-old (as of Jan '17). She is great with kids, cuddles with dogs, and fine with cats. Little Grey is a wonder and you won't want to let her go once you experience a Little Grey hug!
You can easily Google the condition to find out more information. These kittens are often euthanized, but through rescues like ours, many kitties are going on to live full, wonderful lives instead.
Currently in a foster home, you can set up a day to come meet this kitty (on Saturdays and Sundays during adoption event hours). Please give us at least a week's notice via email@example.com or (707) 258-2287 so our volunteers have time to answer messages and get back to you. Thank you!
Cats/kittens come spayed/neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and more with an adoption fee/donation to Whiskers, Tails and Ferals in Napa, CA. See more information at http://whiskerstailsandferals.org/. Adoption fees may vary depending on 'specials', age, etc.
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