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Post here if you would like to adopt a special needs pet.
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Have one double twisted kitty. And one twisted leg Manx so my house is handicap ready. Lost my 10 week old adoption on Saturday. Pitt had only 3 feet, came home to a limp body. I wasn't looking for another kitty when I found him at my local shelter. But he just captured my heart. Black as night and as loud as a crow. I am located in West Virginia but will drive to pick up the right kitten.
thanks so much for this website. It has helped me so much with my disability family, lol.
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I'm sorry for your loss. Crossposting your request.
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- Location: Colorado
There is a disabled cat Thomas in New York, Brooklyn I think, that really needs a foster/adoptive home. The current foster is having difficulty expressing him. Please check out his facebook page at Save Thomas. Diana
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Are you only interested in a kitten, or would you be interested in an adult? I have a solid black girl who is about 5 years old and just doesn't do well in my house of handicats. She has deformed front legs and all four feet have syndactyly. She is very shy at first and needs time to come around, but once she does is very sweet. Poor thing has groomed bald spots on herself from anxiety
I am in NC. Please PM me if interested.
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