Jack Spratt is a very special cat who was born around Oct. 5, 2010. He was born deaf and with a condition called cerebellar hypoplasia, which causes jerky movements and uncoordinated movement. It is nonprogressive condition so he will not get worse and it does not alter his life-expectancy. He’s just a little wobbly. He is a very nice cat and was raised in a home. Because he is deaf and is easily startled, he would do best in a home with no children or other animals.
BREED/DESCRIPTION: Short-haired orange tabby
NEUTERED/SPAYED: Yes, neutered; shots up to date
AGE: About 1 year old
ADOPTION FEE: $40
ORGANIZATION: Love-A-Stray in Avon Lake
CONTACT: Marge at (440) 777-1081.
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