Halo No-Kill Rescue – Paralyzed Cat Tadpole Needs A Forever Home

Tadpole Needs A Forever Home
Tadpole Needs A Forever Home

Has your family been looking to add a furry new member? Halo No-Kill Rescue, in Sebastian, has just the cat for you. It’s almost time for Tadpole, an orange and white paralyzed tabby, to go home with his forever family.

On January 17th, 2020, Tadpole was brought to Halo from a temporary shelter in St. Lucie County. He is seven months old and is in perfect health.

Sadly, Tadpole is paralyzed. But, that doesn’t keep him down; he is still fun-loving and active. Plus, he doesn’t require a litter box. He’s diaper trained but does best without to avoid UTI’s.

This special needs kitty needs a family or individual who is willing to take a chance on him. The perfect home for Tadpole would be one with no children, where someone is mostly home.

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An ideal home for Tadpole would have a private bathroom or laundry room to set up as his bedroom, and a porch or screened-in room to set up his playpen.

Are you interested in meeting with Tadpole?

Tadpole is available for visitation at the Halo No-Kill Rescue Shelter located at 710 Jackson St. in Sebastian by appointment only. Please call (772) 589-7297, if you are interested in giving him a forever home.

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