Sinatra, a blue-eyed orange tabby with white, came to Tabby’s Place all the way from North Carolina. When he was found there, his right hind leg was malformed and had been badly injured to the point where it had to be removed. Sinatra was also born without a tail. Some people might consider him handicapped, but he is completely oblivious of any so-called disability he might have. You should see him sprinting around the Community Room, playing with the other young’uns! He can jump as well as any of them, and he’s smart enough to understand that he has to be a little careful around the younger, smaller kitten in the room. Sinatra is an energetic, happy little guy with a big “motor” that starts up as soon as you begin petting him.
Our best guess is that Sinatra was born around mid-May (2013), so he’s still just a baby, but he is old enough for us to believe his eyes will remain blue. He has white on his paws, his chest, his chin, and his tummy; the rest of his coat is a beautiful medium-orange tabby. He’s healthy and outgoing, and we’re at a loss to explain why he hasn’t yet been spoken for.
If you’ve been contemplating a little (or a little more) feline companionship, don’t miss this special little boy!