Marigold   

In shelter Cat

Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee, Un...
Breeds:
Manx, Tabby, Mixed
Colors:
Gray, Blue or Silver Tabby
Lost or found date:
09/01/2020
Pet name:
Marigold
Gender:
Female
Age:
Adult
Coat length:
Short
Description:
One-year-old Marigold is a gray tabby Manx girl who is looking for a forever family who can help manage her Manx syndrome. When we think about Manx syndrome and its symptoms on a scale, Marigold is in the middle of the scale for severity of those symptoms. Marigold has the signature Manx “bunny hop” that you’ll learn more about later in the day. She also has trouble with her bathroom habits due to the shorte ning of Marigold’s spine and will require her adopters to help her express her bladder a few times a day. This sounds more intense than it really is and is entirely manageable. Marigold also has an issue with leakage, but it’s nothing a little diaper can’t fix! What will Marigold provide in return? Endless love! Her spunky personality! Her love for cats, dogs, AND pigs! Did we mention the signature bunny hops? We think Marigold would be the perfect addition to a lot of different families with none or several other pets. Marigold is currently in foster care with visits to the adoption fairs at WestTown Petsmart, 214 Morrell Rd, Knoxville on Saturdays 10 - 4 or Sundays 11 - 4. Please email info@feralfelinefriends.org or call 865-919-CATS (2287) for more information. Our adoption application can be found on the home page of our website www.feralfelinefriends.org. All of our adoptable cats are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, tested negative for FIV & FeLV, dewormed, flea treated and microchipped.

Location


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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