Pompom's Living Expenses and Adoption Fee is Sponsored by: Michael Snider
SNAP Cats rescued Pompom from a horrible hoarding situation in Los Angeles, CA. Pompom has moderate+ cerebellar hypoplasia. She's a little shy at first, but comes around after about a week of attention. Pompom moves very slowly and deliberately, but rarely falls or stumbles. She pees on a puppy pad right in front of the litter box, and poops in the box. Pompom has a great appetite for wet food! Considering her horrible past, Pompom deserves to have a warm, loving home for the rest of her life!
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