He was born with water on his brain and deformed legs, and no one wanted to help him find a home. They couldn’t see the cat below because of the flaws.
But that all changed when Nancy Lynch, in collaboration with Kaley’s Place Rescue, determined that Zeke was too precious for words at 3 months old!
She adopted Zeka and posted his pictures on Facebook, and it this way she learned about “Super Heroes Animal Hydrocephalus Society”.
Lisa is the founder of the Super Heroes Animal Hydrocephalus Society, which helps animals born with water on the brain, and it was agreed with Nancy that they would travel to New York to see Zeke. That marked the beginning of their adventure from Texas!
Zeke was well treated, and now his handicap barely holds him back. He plays with other cats, and when his legs don’t work as well as others, he just hops.
And, best of all, he met a fantastic buddy at the Super Heroes Animal Hydrocephalus Society: the cat Superhero, who was born with the same brain disease as Zeke.
Zeke has been lucky, his new owner loves him, and he has the chance to live a normal, happy life.