Sweet Pea is a very sweet female cat--about 7 years old (best guess). She is quite affectionate and loves to be petted on her head. She has some neurological sensitivity on her hind end and doesnt like to be touched there. Our vet has done x-rays and hasnt found anything specific. She also has an auto immune condition called Pillow Paws that makes her paws puffy but she does get around without pain. She will need her nails clipped by the vet or a groomer every month or so. She is very laid back and would like a quiet, caring home with no s.all children. Shes neat and tidy with her litter box and will make a wonderful companion. Sweet Pea gets along with other cats and is in a foster home with several other cats . Shes spayed and fully vaccinated, FIV/FeLV tested (negative) and microchipped. Sweet Pea is in a foster home in the Stewartsville area.
Our adoption fee for adult, special needs cats is $75 which includes all their vetting, spay/neuter, vaccinations, FIV/FeLV testing, worming and microchip--whatever they need to be as healthy as possible at the time of adoption!
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