Danny Boy was born to a feral mother who was part Siamese and passed down the trait of clear pale eyes. He is a beautiful, extremely short-haired yellow tabby with stripes on his face, tail and legs only--rather like a that of a squirrel. An unusual kitty, Danny Boy can be a little shy at first, but with an interactive toy can be won over easily. When he gets to know and love you, he will show you each time you meet, by rubbing and meowing, that he is happy to see you.
He is virtually inseparable from his brother, Diamond, and the two are a package deal. A special (discounted) rate will apply for the pair.
In the Winter of '10-'11, Danny suffered two known epileptic fits, but, was treated successfully and has shown no further evidence of seizures.
Unless otherwise indicated in the description, this pet is already fixed and up to date on vaccinations. Dogs are on heartworm prevention and cats are tested for FeLV/FIV.
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