Meow! My name is Cassie
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Spotted Tabby/Leopard Spotted||Age:||Adult|
I am already spayed, a special needs pet, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, not good with dogs, and not good with cats.
This is our girl Cassie. She is very shy when it comes to people. Other cats seem to make her very nervous so she would need to be a only cat. She would also need someone who is willing to work with her, and needs to be sure she can trust you. With that said, she was dumped off at a rescue and immediately put in a place where she didnt know anybody or other cats. We got her from that rescue and we seen she is definitely afraid of everything, so she would need some time to adjust if you adopt her. When cassie does warm up to you she can be your best friend. I would not suggest declawing her because she has cerebral hypoplasia.
Cassie would need also someone who knows alittle bit about cerebral hypoplasia. Her case is not severe at all, she can eat drink and use the litter box all on her own. Normally her cerebral hypoplasia does not show itself until she lands or hops on anything. Please consider adopting Cassie, she needs her furever home.
Rescue Group Info...
We help Cerebral hypoplasia cats and kittens learn to walk/cope with their disabilities through therapy such assisting them in walking and getting their legs to move. We also try to help our CH kitties find homes, though we don't limit ourselves to just CH cat and kittens
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Our fees vary upon what other rescues we help out. We do however like to keep in contact with the adopter after adoption, by email or our facebook
Philadelphia, feasterville, trevose, bensalem, langhorne, and levettown