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Name: Bucky (The Winter Soldier)Bio: Bucky is a super friendly, curious kitty who will explore every corner of your house if you let him. He's got a lot of energy built up from spending a month or so in a kennel, waiting for his broken leg to heal. That's right -- Bucky's left front leg was broken in an accident, which is why he's named after Marvel's Winter Soldier! But he hasn't let that slow him down. Resilient as he is, he's been practicing using the leg and is limping less and less now. Bucky loves to play with toys that roll and toys that dangle. We've been trying to teach him to fetch, to moderate success -- in that he'll chase after a thrown toy and pick it up with his mouth, but not bring it back. He will need a scratching post or box, and is generally good about not scratching furniture. If it looks like he's about to use your couch, he can be very easily redirected towards a cardboard scratching box. He's also litterbox trained, and will eat both dry and wet food. He will want to hang out with you all the time and try all the human food you make, even if he wouldn't like it.Overall, Bucky is a sweetheart who would benefit from a family with time and love to give!


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