Cat adoptions sponsored by Toe Beans

Will you be my new family?

Posted on Friday 110/08

Each week on Saturday, we'll highlight a new kitty that's looking for their furever home.  Interested in a meet and greet?  Contact the rescue group noted below.

As a little bonus, if you adopt a kitty featured on our site, we'll send you a free kitty parent kit full of goodies (click here for a sample of what you can expect).

Simply post the pic of your kitty on Facebook, tag us (@furrytoebeans), and email us at inquiries@toe-beans.com to let us know about the adoption event. 

Meet Tator Tot, adult male DSH cat available for adoption in Los Angeles, CA
Name: Tator Tot
Age:      Adult
Gender:     Male
Breed:      Domestic Shorthair
Location:   Los Angeles, CA
Rescue: Hope for Paws
Website: https://www.hopeforpaws.org/animal_adoptions
Email: contact@hopeforpaws.org
Phone: (310) 880-1416

 

This little potato is truly a miracle. He was rescued by JoAnn Wiltz from a yard where he was found listless because a pellet had penetrated his spine.

He was unable to urinate and was practically paralyzed. A CT scan showed promise and with the expertise of Dr. Pedraza and Smart Approach Vet we were able to remove the foreign material from the spine surgically.

Tator Tot showed such a strong desire to get better and with the love and support of our medical staff who provided hours of physical therapy and motivational support, Tator Tot improved enough to leave the hospital and continue his care with our friends at Cats at the Studios and the support of his foster mom Lisa and his foster brother Leo Beans.

Tator Tot is now ready for his furever home! He has improved tremendously and more than we ever imagined possible, although he may never be able to climb the tallest cat tree, and running, jumping and playing still can be a little tricky at times. His biggest challenge continues to be using the litter box, as the trauma to his spinal cord has caused him to require a permanent urinary diet and poses challenges for him to actually make it in the box, although the addition of pads is very helpful. As a result, he will be a special needs kitty and will require an understanding owner, with preferably no carpet, who can adjust to his specific needs.