LOLCR Adoptable Cat Of The Week: Winnie a Very Special And Whimsical Cat

LOLCR Adoptable Cat Of The Week is Winnie a Very Special And Whimsical Cat.

Whimsical.  A word that pops to mind when describing Winnie. She’s playfully quaint in an appealing and amusing way. 

She’s also one affectionate and gorgeous cat, with her stunning black, gray and white classic tabby markings and adorable white cheeked face. After saved from a kill shelter with just days to live, she went to a loving home, but unfortunately the existing cats proved to be alpha and territorial and would not accept her.

This confident girl loves dogs, easy going cats and everyone she meets, producing an adorable sing-song purr for attention. She can often be found at the windows or beside you, not wanting to miss a thing.

When you meet Winnie-poo you might wonder, “what’s with the wobble?”  No worries, she has a mild condition of Cerebellar Hypoplasia (CH), also called wobbly kitty, which can give her uncoordinated movements. Great news is, it won’t affect her lifespan, or get worse, doesn’t require meds and not contagious. Winnie does stairs, jumps on the bed, runs and plays like any other cat. It actually makes it more fun to watch her play, especially when fixated on something and gets her bobble head groove on. Winnie requires no special needs except your loving care. Click here to learn more about CH.

About Lots Of Love Cat Rescue - For an adoption application or to see our other adoptable kittens & cats, visit www.lolcr.org or email us at LOL_CR@hotmail.com;  or call 781-850-6684. Please consider saving a life by fostering. Much needed donations are tax-deductible and can be made online, or mail Lots Of Love Cat Rescue, P.O. Box 396, Wilmington, MA, 01887.  Please join our group on facebook.

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