Stubbs is now strong and healthy though he will be a smaller sized cat. He got his name because his tail was already broken and healed when he came to rescue so it bends to the side. Our vet has examined it and it caused no pain and doesn't need any treatment, it's just how he is. He is a bit more independent but also has very sweet moments where he is all about cuddling. He is litter box trained. He has been battling some softer stools but has been treated with medication. Mostly it will just take time for his bowels to develop as he ages. He is NOT declawed nor allowed outside.
Stubbs' adoption fee is $100 which includes his neuter, microchip, FVRCP and Rabies vaccinations and deworming.
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