Enzo Ferrari

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Enzo Ferrari

Enzo Ferrari is a precocious, playful, sweet, affectionate little sweetheart who loves to be petted and held. A bottle baby from our nursery, Enzo has always been around humans and is consequently very affectionate with them. He loves other cats and kittens and wants to be friends with everyone – he gets very lonely if he doesn’t have some buddies to play with. He loves to pounce and play and wrestle with his foster mates. Enzo was born with hydrocephalus – a neurological condition where spinal fluid accumulates on the brain. Due to his condition, Enzo is completely blind and has some “interesting” habits, like walking in circles and attacking the air. As is common with Hydrocephalus kitties, Enzo prefers to use wee wee pads as opposed to a litter pan. He’s very consistent about not missing the pads, but he will choose the area, generally near a litter pan. As long as wee wee pads are kept in his chosen area, he goes on them. Once in a while, he even goes INSIDE the pan, but generally he sticks to the pads. His condition is currently controlled by two medications which he takes daily. He can be startled by loud and unfamiliar noises, so a relatively quiet home without small children and without energetic dogs is best. He’s perfectly fine with crazy energetic kittens and cats, though. See Enzo on video at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrl2dQg0ynzYX-QK8qZgTsJygVxmBdqLY  For more information about Enzo and/or Hydrocephalus in cats, please email Enzo’s foster or visit http://www.vetstreet.com/care/hydrocephalus-in-cats-and-dogs

 

IS ALSO:
Spayed/Neutered - Vaccinated - Dewormed - Treated for Fleas
Tested for FeLV & FIV (cats and kittens only) - Microchipped

 

 

 

 

 

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Bio / Profile

KR ID#

X605


Gender

Male


Age

Baby


Date of Birth

04/06/2017


Primary Breed or Pattern

Tabby


Color

Brown Tabby


Hair Length

Short


Current Size

Small


Declawed?

No


Special Needs?

Yes


OK with Cats?

Yes


OK with Dogs?

No


OK with Kids?

No