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In shelter Cat

Los Angeles, CA, 90039
Pet name:
DOB: 11/13/12

When we saw Devon at a city shelter we couldnt help getting him out. He has beautiful gold eyes and who can resist a tripod kitty?! We cant imagine how he survived on the streets fending for himself with only three legs, but somehow this resilient kitty did. When Devon arrived at our sanctuary, he was friendly and easy going, but one day he had a mood swing and became very aggressive. At that time we also noticed that there were some physical tics and realized he was having a seizure. We took him to a vet and started him on anti-seizure medication, and we were happy to see him stabilize and become again the happy, easy going kitty that he was when he first arrived. He gets medication three times a day.

Devon likes to nap on the beds around the sanctuary with his belly in the air and his legs akimbo. He enjoys getting pets and rubbing affectionately rubbing his head on peoples legs. He will sometimes swat at people as the walk past him to get their attention for pets.

Devon is tolerant of the other cats that he lives with, but would also be happy as a solo kitty.
If you are interested in learning more about this kitty or in adopting him, please click here to email his foster parent.If you are unable to send an email to the foster parent through the link included above, please contact us and let us know what kitty youre interested in. You may also fill out our adoption questionnaire to speed up the screening process. Be sure to name the cat in the CAT PREFERENCE field at the beginning of the questionnaire. If the above links arent live, our contact form and questionnaire are available on our website at our fees and adoption policies and procedures, please click here.


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