Our extra special boy Parker is finally ready to find his forever home. Parker came into our care along with his mum and 2 siblings at just a week old. He is now 7 months old. We noticed when Parker was only 3 weeks old that he has a condition called pectus excavatum, basically he has a chest wall deformity. We wanted to keep him in our care to monitor how he grew and developed.
Parker has had xrays which showed his chest deformity has pushed his heart from the left side of his chest to the right. He was referred to a specialist for a cardiac ultrasound which shows his heart is beating normally and is not restricted in any way, it just shows the right side of his heart is slightly larger. He really is a kitten with a big heart in personality too!
Parker is in every other way a normal lively playful friendly affectionate boy, he is full of life and mischief!! Chasing the laser pen is his favourite game! Parker loves other cats so is looking for a home where he will have feline company as well as human company, he loves to snuggle up and be washed by the other cats in his foster home. Due to Parkers chest deformity we feel a home without young children would be best. Anyone who can offer Parker his forever home will need to take him for regular check ups to monitor his condition.
Parker has been neutered vaccinated and microchipped and is ready to finally find his forever family.