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I am already spayed, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, and not good with kids.
At this time Willow doesn't require any special care, but due to the nature of her injuries it is unclear whether or not she'll ever regain "normal" use of her hind legs. In the short time that she's been with us it appears that her movement has improved, but it's tough to tell.
It is very important that Willow go to a home where she will be indoors-only becuase she is unable to properly run, or climb, or defend herself against the dangers of the outdoors. She must be in a home where she wont have to jump up or down onto anything (like her bed, or a counter to eat) because she can't jump. Willow will do best in a home with only one level (without stairs.) She is used to other cats & although she's had limited interactions with dogs, she does not appear to be afraid or nervous around them. Willow will do best in a home without young children that might handle her roughly (her back is still healing.) Although Willow has trouble with her hind legs, she uses her litter box without any problems.
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