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Salutations, I’m Farquad

My favorite thing to do is Play and explore! I am a very curious and fearless kitty and like to play and go everywhere

What makes me special is I don’t just jump, I leap! It is very fun to see, but sometimes you need to watch me since I have no fear and will jump off of anything!

I want my new owner to know I can tire out easily sometimes and love to cuddle as well. Since I am a wobbly little guy I like to cuddle and feel secure in your arms or lap. Since I have some issues walking sometimes I will stumble a little.

When I am feeling playful I like to…I like to chase things and play with anything! I can be a little slow sometimes so don’t move the toy too fast, but if you get my attention then I will play away with what ever you have. When it is time to rest I sleep Anywhere

I am good with[Kids, Cats] and I have no experience around [dogs]

By nature I am… [Cuddly, Playful, Social, Affectionate, Curious, I like to be held].

Little Farquad was born different then his siblings. He has multiple conditions, some which may need medical treatment in the future. You will notice a malformation of his face (which makes him cuter), a turn in his front limbs and an all over shakiness.
Cerebellar hypoplasia is a congenital condition of the cerebellum in the brain. It is NOT contagious. It effects fine motor movement, balance and coordination. Symptoms range from mild head bobbing and high stepping so more severe tremors and inability to walk. He will require a home without stairs as they may become dangerous. Carpets or other flooring that help with traction would be suggested. This condition does NOT cause pain but they may get tired more easily. They can live long and happy lives like any other kitten.
Contracture (Flexural Deformity) commonly called tendon contracture is actually the opposite of its name. It is a condition of the soft tissue involving the flexure tendons, muscles, ligaments and joint capsules of the extremities. Farquad has a turn at the ankles and diminished feeling in his front limbs. His back limbs have a slight splayed position. After an evaluation, the vet believes it is possible he may need surgical repair later in life but is too young at this point to make that decision. This is normally treated at birth, but we did not receive him until 6 weeks old which was too late. At this point, he is getting around very well but please understand that there may be a financial burden down the line.