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Teddy Rosevelt   

In shelter Cat

Santa Rosa, CA, 95401
Pet name:
Teddy Rosevelt
Domestic Long Hair
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Coat length:
Teddy Rosevelt is hoping to find a quiet home with a loving, understanding family.

He was found injured and unable to stand in early 2022.   We presume he suffered significant head trauma to cause this;  radiographs and bloodwork were normal.   It took him 1-2 weeks before he managed to start trying to walk again;  within 1-2 months, he could walk well, although would lose his balance occasionally.   Hes almost completely normal now (with only slight balance challenges).

He was very jumpy and scared initially - and its impossible to know if that was due to a lack of of human interaction before his accident or due to his accident alone.   He has improved tremendously.  He loves attention and is very happy sitting in a lap, purring and kneading enthusiastically.  But, he still gets nervous when hes on the floor being approached and will sometimes run and hide.   

He is FeLV/FIV negative, neutered (he wasnt neutered when he was found) and vaccinated.   He was around 1 year of age when he was found.   Hes great with other cats but a little weary of dogs (quiet mellow ones would probably be ok, active ones less so).


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