Gorgeous girls Skittles and Ginge have a fantastic bond that just cannot be broken! The sisters came to us along with 3 other cats through no fault of their own. Since birth Skittles has been described as being ‘wobbly’. After tests to rule out other causes our vets have concluded Skittles has a neurological condition called Cerebellar Hypoplasia, which is the result of an under developed Cerebellum (the part of the brain that controls co-ordination). Her condition causes her no pain and is not life limiting, but it does mean she’s more prone to tumbles and isn’t very quick, so will need to be kept indoors to keep her safe. She is still a typical young cat and if anything is actually more playful and boisterous than Ginge, who seems to take a more caring role over her sister. The girls are a wonderful pair both with very sweet and gentle natures. They are closely bonded so would need a home together where there are no other pets. They have been around children with no problem at all, but would ideally need a home with adults only or older children who understand the importance of not leaving doors open! Ginge and Skittles are a fabulous pair who are SO deserving of a special home to call their own.
Age: 9 months.
Breed: Domestic Short Hair