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In shelter Cat

Las Vegas, NV, 89120
Pet name:
Domestic Medium Hair
Gray / Blue / Silver
Little tripod "Beans" was in pretty rough shape when he was discovered. alone and in agony, in a hot warehouse. His patella (knee bone) was sticking out through his skin, and several other bones were crushed. Sadly, his leg was beyond saving.

Just weeks later, however, and this feisty little guy has no idea that he is handicapped. He runs, plays, and climbs with the rest of the pack. 

Beans is a little ball of adorableness. He runs around all day and at night, he sleeps tucked into his foster moms neck, sucking on her shirt or on his stuffed animal. 

Beans only "limitation" is jumping onto counters, etc, so his food and water will need to be accessible. Otherwise, he is a happy, healthy little kitty who would be best in a home with another playful cat.

Look at the photo of Beans back- he has the most interesting coloring. He is not quite black, he almost looks like he was dusted with chalk.

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