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I am already neutered, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
His most obvious injury is to his mouth. His baby canines appear to have fused to the bone, so he has two canines on each top side. Some teeth are missing, as is the part of his lips behind the canines on the left side of his face. His forelegs were burned and he may have some dewclaw deformities. The roof of his mouth was completely burned away, but has very slowly healed and there are now only two small "fistulae." His biggest permanent problem is half his tongue was burned off.
Somehow, Neil is grooming himself and drinking water. (It's possible the other kittens are grooming him, too.) It is hard for him to clean his plate of wet food, but he is growing normally. He can't help drooling sometimes, but that seems to be improving, too. He will need more grooming assistance as he gets older than a normal shorthaired cat, but not bad.
Call Susanne at 480-694-9998 if you might like to meet Neil and consider him a permanent member of your family. He is a really wonderful young cat and deserves as good a life as any other.