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Greetings! I'm Charlotte or Princess Charlotte as my foster mom calls me, because I'm a princess now! My foster mom rescued my brother Max and me from the streets, where we were having a difficult life outside. You see, I'm a special needs cat and have a condition called Cerebellar Hypoplasia (CH), but it's very mild. I'm just a little wobbly and sometimes I fall over. But don't let that scare you, I'm a very confident and determined girl and can quickly adapt to my environment. There are lots of stairs in my foster home and after some practice, I learned how to zoom up and down them just like a normal kitten! Im a sweet girl and I love attention and pets, especially belly rubs. I love to be near my foster mom and I like to follow her around the house. When I see her I get excited and try to meow but nothing comes out. My litter box etiquette is purrfect and I'm learning that I love scratching boxes and posts. I'm great with other cats but because of my disability, I would probably do best in a home where there aren't any dogs or little children. You should also know that I'm part of a bonded pair with my brother Max so we are a package deal. He helped me survive on the streets and I feel safe when he is near. If you choose to adopt me I will do best in a house where he can come along too. After all, two kittens are always better than one! ASK ABOUT SPECIAL PRICING FOR US! **Because we require home visits, we only adopt locally to the Dallas/Fort Worth area. For more on adoption policies, please see the How it Works page of our website, www.habitat4paws.org.**
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small (up to 5 lbs)