Hootz is a very active girl, as befits a cat of such a young age. She’s a cute brown “ticked” tabby, with white whiskers and expressive green eyes. She’s friendly and outgoing and talks almost constantly. Throw a toy, and she’s after it immediately; she also carries her toys around in her mouth. Sit down, and she’ll even jump into your lap.
Hootz is incontinent, fecally and otherwise. She has been diagnosed with inflammatory bowel disease, as well, and tends toward having diarrhea, which has proven difficult to control.
Hootz is one of our Special Needs crew because of her incontinence. We realize that her chances of being adopted are much reduced, but she’s so delightful in every other way that we’re hoping someone out there with a very big heart will take her home.