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Listed below are a few of our special needs cats that are in need of loving homes. We have many more cats in this category that are not yet on line. They may be FIV+, deaf, or have other conditions that make them "special." These wonderful cats are seeking "special" humans to provide them with a loving and caring home. If interested in adopting any of the following or finding out more about other special cats, please contact us. Most of our special needs adopters comment that is one of the most rewarding experiences they have had. For more information, please visit http://www.v63.net/fivcats/pages/faq.html

Amy is very affectionate. When her foster mom walks in the room, she hops to her to be petted and loved. If she is petting another cat, Amy will climb in her lap and demand that she be petted too. She will follow you everywhere, loves to play, and gets along with other kitties. Mary is special because she has a moderate case of cerebellum hyperplasia. However, she has little to no limitations. She can climb, play, cuddle, purr, use the litter box, etc. She does not know she is different. She has a little bit of trouble with coordinating, so sometimes she makes a mess with the litter, but she always uses the litter box. Aside from her condition, she is the perfect kitten. She gets along great with kids, likes to sleep with her foster parents, and is hoping for a home where she will get lots of love.

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Penelope (Penny) is a wonderful little girl. She is active, playful, affectionate, funny, and engaging. She loves people and playing with her brothers. She has so many favorite toys, it is hard to pick the one she enjoys the most. She came from a home that was unable to provide proper medical care for her when she was a kitten and as a result of a severe upper respiratory that went untreated, she had to have one eye removed and she has some scarring on the other eye. The scarred eye is visual, so she gets around just fine. She is very healthy and has no medical concerns or any future treatment necessary. What you see is what you get. Penny is a delightful little girl who would love to move into a new home as soon as she can. She will need an active playmate, so please consider one of her brothers if you do not already have an active playmate in the home. Sheldon is one of her brothers if interested.

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