Taffy is a very special cat. She was found outside in the cold with her two small kittens. Her kittens got adopted and she was spayed, possibly to get released back to where she was found. While she was recovering from her surgery, she was found to be social, friendly, and affectionate; so she went into foster care instead. Taffy loves people but does not like other cats. Her foster family noticed that her back is sensitive and often twitchy, and occasionally she has severe seizure-type involuntary spasms. This condition is relatively rare, called FHS. She is a wonderful loving pet, but her forever family will need to understand her (minor) limitations, most notably that she gets upset if you pet her back. The spasms pass on their own and she is not currently receiving any special treatments except love and understanding.
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