Adopt Churro a Brown Tabby Domestic Shorthair / Mixed (short coat) cat in
Meet Churro! Churro (A428127) arrived at the shelter a few weeks ago as a stray with an injured left front leg, which our vet suspects to be radial nerve damage. He’s been in foster care recovering for the past few weeks, and miraculously has started to regain use of his leg! While his gait has been improving recently, he will sometimes still drag his front foot when he walks and has to wear a light bandage to prevent abrasions from dragging. Churro needs a patient adopter who would be willing to follow up with their own vet after adoption regarding his front leg. He might need continued light bandages, acupuncture, or physical therapy as he continues to recover. He also needs an adopter who can monitor his leg diligently during his recovery. Churro was pretty fearful when he 1st went to foster care, but is now EXTREMELY friendly, and is very playful and active. He would do well in a household that has another kitten that he can play with, and who can give him plenty of attention, because he LOVES to be around people! When he is all tired out from playing, he’ll climb right into your lap and take a nap. Please email XXXX@ocfl.net if you’d like to know more about Churro or if you’d like to meet him. He’s already neutered and micro chipped, and is ready for immediate adoption. Visit this organization's website to see any additional information available about this pet.
May 15 on Adopt-a-Pet.com