Breed: Domestic Long Hair
Adoption Fee: $170
Snuggle scope: Will cuddle and purr endlessly, especially enjoys head scratches.
Cat scope: Can be a dominant cat, so probably best suited to being a solo kitty
Dog scope: Untested
Child scope: Good with our older boys (13 & 16) but unsure about smaller children
Innocence has two congenital cardio defects upon seeing a cardio specialist he reported –
Aortic valve dysplasia resulting in moderate valvular aortic stenosis, mild secondary LV
concentric hypertrophy. Progressive stenosis is unlikely however progressive LV
hypertrophy is possible. Low risk of developing into an issue but a repeat echo is suggested for 12 months time to monitor .
– Atrioventricular valve dysplasia resulting in mild mitral and tricuspid regurgitation (MR/TR),
no chamber volume overload. Unlikely to progress or cause clinical problems.
Innocence found herself at a large shelter chain , homeless and heavily pregnant . Once her babies were weaned and rehomed Innocence was at risk of euthanasia as a heart murmur was detected and BFF were asked to take her on by staff who had fallen in love with her .
Innocence was brought into care and we had a cardio specialist see Innocence who determined she should live a long and full life – please see medical notes above .
Innocence, despite her name can be a playful kitten full of mischief. She will run to greet you and chatter away, telling you all about her day. While not much of a lapcat, she definitely enjoys cuddles and head scratches. She has one of the loudest purrs I have ever heard on a cat, especially for one her size.
She will make a wonderful family member and companion if you are looking for an independent, but cuddly girl.