I am already spayed, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Justice came to Animal outreach as a small kitten rescued from a high kill shelter. When justice went in for a routine vet check up it was found that she had a heart murmur. Justice was taken to a Heart specialist and her diagnosis was not good, she had multiple congenital defects and her prognosis was poor,a full life span was unlikely and was given maybe a month to live. Months went by and Justice kept growing and flourishing, eventually she was able to be spayed and has been leading a normal fun and active life, she is now over 3 years old and has become the miracle cat, beating all odds she has blossomed into a fabulous cat! Justice loves dogs and other cats and would love a playmate, she is very active. Justice is highly affectionate and loves belly rubs and loves to sleep on top of you, she would make a great companion pet for a someone looking for a lap cat, she eats up attention. Won't you consider giving this miracle kitty a loving home.
Justice takes a half pill of lasix daily(Lasix helps keep fluid from building up around her heart) and is very good about taking it. Animal Outreach will provide the medication for the duration of her life and any vet care needed for any family willing to give her a great home. Despite her heart condition she is not a sickly cat and is just as playful and active as any cat her age.