Spayed Female
4 Years
Manx Syndrome

SNAP Cats received the following email: “I’m a veterinarian from Northern California (Eureka). I had a three month old kitten come in for a rectal prolapse. Ended up being a rectal abscess that has since healed. Not exactly sure of her history as she looks DSH with Manx tail and probably has manx syndrome. Either way, she is now urinary and fecal incontinent. The owner wanted to euthanize her but I simply could not. She’s a normal, fun, playful, adorable kitten who loves lovins! I had her signed over to me and I am currently fostering her but I cannot keep her at my house permanently (we have 3 dogs, 5 cats, and 2 guinea pigs with all their own special needs). I’m in search of a forever home for her and am really hoping this wonderful SNAP Cats group can help! She is spayed, up to date on vaccines, and FeLV/FIV tested negative. Please help if you can at all!”

If you can help with either fostering or adopting please email SNAP Cats A.S.A.P. The kitty is located in Eureka, CA, and transportation can be arranged to the Bay Area.

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