ID# C-12-239

11 year old • Female

All About Me

Beautiful brown, tan, orange tabby and tortie pattern. Front legs are missing multiple bones so are turned inwards. But watch her get around!

Sealy is a fairly quiet girl who enjoys playing with some of her more gentle siblings and friends and really enjoys toys such as the Turbo Scratcher where she can chase a ball in circles without too much running around. She was born with several bones missing in her front legs; however her back legs are normal and she has already learned to use them to propel herself up to the bed and cat tree. Due to Sealy's disability she and her brother Orca will need a very special home. This home will need to be patient, understanding and accommodating. They need to stay together as they help each other. They need a home that is 1 story (no steps to try to maneuver), mostly, if not all, hardwood/tile flooring to lessen the possibility of wear and tear on the legs from carpet and family members that will be very conscious of their whereabouts so they don't get stepped on since they can't move as quickly as a fully abled cat. A home with adults only or young-adult children would be best. Sealy is litter trained, FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on vaccinations and spayed. She and her brother Orca are ready for a new home that will love them forever. See more pictures of Sealy and her siblings and friends at

My Details
Likes Cats Yes
Likes Dogs Unknown
Likes Young Kids No


Sealy and her siblings were found in a front yard with their mom when the kittens were just a few days old. The family set them up in a safe area on their porch and contacted IAR.