These two came to foster care very sick and have since made a full recovery. Unfortunately, being sick has left Patches deaf and a little, clumsy. Our rescue has done several tests on him, along with an MRI which reveled that he has bilateral peripheral vestibular disorder. Patches is now on antibiotics and if all goes well, he should make a full recovery. If adopted, his antibiotics would be covered by the rescue. Being a little clumsy does not slow him down one bit. Patches loves to play and snuggle. He is all about having his belly rubbed, while purrrring away and if you stop cuddling him, he will tap your hand for more lovin's. He uses his litter box without accidents, eats and drinks on his own and can jump and play, without problems. His sister Sammie is his rock! She grooms him, guides him and shows him the ropes. These two are one of the sweetest kittens and get along great with other cats. They have not been tested around dogs, but considering their calm demeanor, I'd say with a proper introduction, they would do very well.
As of extra care, Patches and Sammie don't require any extra care, they are completely normal kitties.
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