Gender Male
Breed DSH
Declawed No
Color Black White
Markings Tuxedo
Personality Friendly Affectionate Reserved
How I Feel About Children Familiar
How I Feel About Dogs Unknown
How I Feel About Cats Unknown
Age 7 months
Special Considerations

Missing back legs (birth defect)

We’ll admit it cheerfully that kittens have been blessed with an unfair share of charm. They’re ridiculously cute, their antics make us laugh a dozen times a day, and if there’s anything more appealing then holding a purring kitten, we haven’t found it yet.

Our little ones have been fully vetted. As you’d expect, they love to play, and they race around like maniacs until they suddenly fall asleep. Nap time lasts just a short while, then play resumes. While adopting more than one kitten isn’t mandatory, it’s awfully nice for these young’uns to have someone their age to play with.

Legolas came to us with an interesting physical condition: He’s missing his two back legs! He has a small stump on one side but is missing the majority of both limbs. Some might think that this means that Legolas is unable to get around, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth. Legolas is able to scoot himself around and pull himself with his strong front two legs. He also uses the litter box on his own. He might not be as fast or agile as your typical four-footed feline, but he is certainly not incapable of fending for himself!

Legolas will need some accommodations to help him get around better, such as a lower litter pan and small stairs to help him climb onto any higher perches, but he does not require any medical attention or intervention and his condition is not painful. Legolas was almost certainly born without his back legs and doesn’t know that he’s any different. He can be a bit shy at first but is very sweet and cuddly once he feels safe.

Despite his physical differences, Legolas is a healthy, happy little boy. All he’s missing is the right home! Could that be with you? Fill out on online adoption application today!

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