Reuben! What an extraordinary looking cat! Like a spotted cow, but less smelly and a lot smaller. And with a tabby forehead and tail. Alright fine, he's not like a cow at all, but he is really cool looking!
He is a lovable goofball. So very hopeful. A little bit clueless. He has a long long body and the hitch in his gait is normal for him. Possibly born with an extra vertebrae or something. Sweet-tempered Ruben does well with other sweet-tempered cats, but can be intimidated by the more dominant ones. He and Flower do well together as roommates.
This little guy could fit into any type of home and is a very affectionate, loving, sweet, naive little boy. He needs to be an inside kitty because of his white/translucent ears. There's a predisposition to cancer if ears like his are in the sun... he's safe indoors though! He is going to make someone very happy!
See his video: https://www.facebook.com/margo.campainhacassidy/videos/10206149285879758/
As of end of 2016 he's 4 years old.
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