3 month old • Male
All white kitten with green eyes.
Front right leg paralyzed from what is called brachial avulsion (not sure how it happened) and will need amputation which will be covered by Independent Animal Rescue when I am older.
I am such a doll. I love playing with my fellow foster kittens. My special leg doesn't slow me down at all! I am just as content to sit on my human's lap and will purr up a storm. I love soft food of course but hard food is equally yummy.
I haven't been around dogs much but the times I have been, I have not liked it. But I may get to know them as buddies.. I get along with all my kitten friends, but would like to stay with Boo--I share lap time with her on my humans.
Because Casper is younger than 6 months of age, it is IAR policy that he must be adopted with another kitten or into a household with a young cat (general guideline of 2 years or younger but on a case by case basis).
Found as a stray with the leg injury and taken to a local shelter. Independent Animal Rescue took him as we knew we could provide him the love and veterinary care needed. Would like to adopt with C-20-239 (Boots), but another kitten may be okay too as I would adapt to the change.
Excellent except for the front right leg. IAR will cover the amputation by their veterinarian or local veterinarian. It is best to wait to do until I am closer to being bigger.