Cash is our sweet man who loves to zoom around in the yards. He would enjoy spending all of his day laying around in the sun. Cash thinks he’s a big lap dog and will soak up all the attention he can get. He would thrive in a home where he’s the only pet. Visit the Humane Society of Rome from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays for more information – our kennel attendant would love to tell you all about him.
Our friend Kiera at the Humane Society of Rome would love to tell you about cerebellar hypoplasia, a neurological disorder as a result of interrupted development of the brain caused by exposure to feline panleukopenia virus. If a mother cat becomes infected during pregnancy, she could pass it to her unborn kittens, who then are at risk for developing this condition. This causes cats like Kiera to be a little uncoordinated with their movements, but they still live a happy, normal lifespan. As they grow, the cats learn to navigate around their limitations.
Due to it being a case of the brain not developing correctly, there is no treatment needed for these cats, and they can overcome any limitations that this condition may put on them. Kiera is a beautiful calico lady. She is such a precious cat and has the daintiest of meows. We don’t know how you won’t fall in love with her.
For more information, visit https://humanesocietyrome.com/ or 6247 Lamphear Road, Rome; or call 315.336.7070.