FURRY

Description: A special-needs kitty? We think she's special — this little black dynamo will win your heart. Furry has cerebellar hypoplasia. It happens to a kitten when the mom is exposed to distemper virus while pregnant. It results in lack of development of the cerebellum and causes lack of fine motor control. Her back two legs have a little trouble catching up to her front ones. It will never worsen nor does it slow her down. She is an absolute sweetheart with fur soft as velvet, very easygoing and gets along with everyone.

How to help her: Call H.A.L.O. (Helping Animals Live Organization) at 315-985-3738.