Munchkin has all of her shots and vet records. She is wormed treated for ear mites as well as flea's. She had been diagnosed with manx syndrome and while she is trained to sit or lay in certain area's she can not fully control her pee-pee's or poo-poo's.
Although we do not have a vet diagnosis we are sure that Bon-Bon suffers from the same condition. I am having to move in with my Son-in-law and daughter and have been told by my son-in-law that neither of these precious little girls are welcome and need homes as soon as possible.
Munchkin is a very small little girl and is not expected to grow any bigger, she is around 4or5 pounds. She is a very smart, sweet as well as beautiful little girl. She does suffer from manx syndrome and can't fully control her bowels or bladders especially when she is sleeping. She does have washable diapers and onesies but I prefer not to use them. I put pee pads on certain peices of furniture and she knows to lie on those when she is in the house. I do have to clean up the deck occasionally when she sleeps out there. I don't have access to a yard for her to run free in.
I have to move in with my daughter and she has asked me to please try to find a home for Munchkin.I am hoping to find a kind and caring person to give her the home and love she deserves.
I believe Bon-Bon suffers from manx syndrome as well but a I mentioned my Son-in-law has made it clear these babies are not welcome to move with me.Bon-Bon is also sweet and smart and is young enough to learn where she is allowed to sit or lie down. With both it is just a matter of a daily booty wash and training. Both so used the litter box but accidents do happen especially when they sleep, a well placed pee pad will handle most of the problem with having one of these loving beautiful babies.