Survivor, Mellow, Affectionate
Meet Agana! This buff-orange, mackerel tabby man is seriously the cutest. With his big cheeks and itty bitty eyes, his expressions are guaranteed to make your heart melt!
Agana is a very polite and loving cat. He is even-tempered and well-behaved, though cautious of new people and environments. He has an overall mellow and independent disposition, but as he warms up to you and his new digs, his affectionate personality will slowly but surely shine through more and more - he sure knows how to purr up a storm to signal his contentment!
He does well with his foster parents' resident dogs and cats, who are calm and gentle. Agana would do well in a quiet home that does not have anything chaotic or anxiety-inducing going on.
Agana is paralyzed in his hind legs due to a recent fall from a balcony; his spinal cord was injured. He uses his front legs to scoot around, but he mostly prefers to hang out on comfortable furniture by the window. His favorite thing to do is snuggle with you for movie night!
The paralysis causes Agana to be unable to control his bladder, so he will need to sleep on potty pads or pet blankets. He will appreciate someone who is patient with him as he adjusts to his new limited mobility - he is super gentle and just needs a bit of support and love.
Agana is a miracle boy - he can't wait to find his person and show you how loyal a companion he is! For more info, check out his foster page at instagram.com/atx_foster_pawrents
Incontinent cats are frequently overlooked because potential adopters assume the worst - that the cat's urinary or fecal incontinence is out-of-control, and they will never have a clean house again. But not all incontinent cats are created equal, and there are many different levels of care; some require very little special care! And in every other way, Agana is "normal" - fun, loving, and a great companion! Contact APA! for information on the specifics for how to care for Agana.
Agana is incontinent and requires extra medical care, which may include a regulated diet and/or manual expression. For more information, please contact APA!
All APA! cats are fully vetted, spayed or neutered, and have updated vaccines and a microchip. Lifetime support is offered by our Cat Behavior Team.
For further information or to meet Agana, please email [email protected]