Special Pet Parents Wanted
 
Lucy is a beautiful, 9.5-year-old DSH girl who has the tendency for bladder stones and must be kept on special food. She also has a wonky back leg, possibly the result of being hit by a car. It has no effect on her ability to get around or climb, but does require painkillers twice a day. Lucy gets along great with other cats, dogs, and children.
 
Daisy Mae is a gorgeous Cerebral Hypoplasia (CH) kitty.  CH is a neurological disorder found in cats and dogs which causes jerky movements and generally uncoordinated motion, like ataxic cerebral palsy in humans. Daisy Mae wobbles when she walks and falls down sometimes, but is otherwise a healthy and delightful little girl. She's a little sloppy when she eats, but doesn't have a problem using a litter box. She is a 3.5-year-old DSH tabby who gets along well with other cats, dogs, and children. She likes to play but doesn't like to rough-house.