Are you looking for a sweet kitten to add to your family? Meet Cinnamon! This young cat is looking for a home through Pawesome Village Rescue.
From Cinnamon’s foster mom:
Cinnamon was born in a large feral colony in Pasco County, Florida, where I was doing TNR. I noticed that Cinnamon couldn’t run like the other kittens. She seemed to limp. So, instead of releasing her, I took her home and brought her to my vet.
At first she was terrified, her big owl eyes staring from a corner at the other kittens. Soon she decided that life inside with other kittens was pretty good. Her legs got stronger, and her coordination improved. She went from a scrawny, frightened kitten to a well-fed, playful one.
Cinnamon has a condition known as hypermetria. It basically means she high steps when she walks. It only affects her back legs and tail. It is related to cerebellar hypoplasia. She won’t get worse, and her coordination improved a lot playing with the other kittens
She can do everything they can except for jump. She just does things her own little way. With lots of love and gentle handling, her sweet personality has shown itself.
Cinnamon would be a perfect companion for another kitten or young cat in a quiet home. She is shy at first but warms up once she feels safe. She loves sleeping on my bed on her fleece blanket. She has a sweet little meow and a loud purr.
Cinnamon is available for adoption through Pawesome Village Rescue in New Port Richey, FL. If you are interested in adding her to your family, please visit the rescue’s website and complete an adoption application.
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