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- Three legged kitten
- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered, special needs. He had one leg amputated but it does not hinder him; however, he will need short-term physical therapy.
- Good in a home with
- Other cats.
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Today Finn has healed from his surgery and is mobile and actually quite fast. In fact, his nickname is Scooter because of how easily he gets around - and because he often scoots around! Finn is bold, playful, and very loving. He is not hampered by his disability and is actually quite active.
Finn is now ready for his forever home. He will need someone with patience, and who is willing to continue to work with him on therapy so he can walk using his hind leg. For now, he is content to scoot around using his two front legs. Due to atrophy, his rear leg is weak and he has trouble balancing so he gives up and starts to scoot. His fosters work with him every day to try and strengthen his rear leg and he will continue to need this work as he is stubborn and likes to take the easy way out (Finn hates therapy, he'd rather play). Finn can use the litter box but needs a low box so he can get in and out. Finn has been fine with other cats and enjoys playing with him. He was exposed to a younger dog during another foster meet and greet and he held his own; sitting in the hall and giving the dog a piece of his mind and not letting her pass.
Finn is very loving and sits with his foster all day while they work from home. He is a purr bucket and loves people but really loves to play and makes it a game to try and catch him. He likes laser toys, springs, and string toys. Finn has been in foster care for a while letting his injuries heal and regaining his mobility. He is now ready for his forever home and someone willing to take on his challenges, but also be filled with his joy, spirit, and love.
**Cats may be in foster care and not in a Petco store; please contact us prior to your visit to the store if you would like to meet the cat**
OUR ADOPTION PROCESS:
Please apply for adoption by filling out an application at www.felinelifelinesc.org. Once your application is reviewed, a volunteer will contact you for an interview and follow-up. If approved, we will schedule a meeting between you and the cat to make sure you both like each other. Thank you for your interest!
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