Name: Starlynn
Gender: Female
Breed: Local
Colour: Brown White Tabby
Age: 2 years 4 months (as of Jan 2023)

Starlynn says:
I was brought to the SPCA after a good Samaritan saw that I was having seizures. Since then, my condition has stabilised with the help of anti-seizure medication which I’ll have to take for the rest of my life, with blood tests every 6 months to a year to ensure the dosage remains adequate. I’m also partially blind and will need help finding my food and water. It’ll be great if my new family can provide a stable physical environment so that I get used to where objects are and avoid bumping into them. I will also need to be kept strictly indoors. My guardians say I am very affectionate and hope I’ll find a family that will reciprocate my love for them. Once when my guardian opened the cage door, I nearly fell out trying to get to her to give her a hug ?

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