Gender Female
Age 2 years
Breed domestic long hair
Color & markings orange tabby
Personality friendly, playful
Good with children UNKNOWN
Good with dogs UNKNOWN
Good with cats LIKES
Behavioral concerns
Medical concerns Parapalegic
Help Support Pixie
I know what you're thinking. You're wondering why we need to list Pixie's profile at all. Surely, a young, long-haired, orange tabby female who's great with other felines and even better with people would have no trouble finding a home? Unfortunately for Pixie, the story is a little more complicated.

Pixie was living in a trailer park in Kansas. Her timing was terrible, because someone had been shooting felines in that trailer park with a pellet gun. Pixie was a victim of this shooter. A pellet lodged in her spine and rendered her a paraplegic. Amazingly, despite what happened to her at the hands of a human, Pixie did not become scared or aggressive with people. She's incredibly sweet and very playful with people and other cats.

As you have guessed by now, Pixie is one of our Special Needs felines. She will need her bladder and bowels expressed three times every day. She will have to wear a diaper, as she leaks. She's a young cat, born in June of 2016. And she's absolutely stunningly beautiful.

We've had people tell us that Pixie (and other paraplegics) are unadoptable. We know better. We know that Pixie's loving forever home is out there. The right person just has to walk through our door. If you believe you have what it takes to bring Pixie into your home, don't miss this special girl.