These two little ones came from a mobile home park where our TNR Task Force Leader, Marie, has been trapping. Sasquatch was named such becuase he has a big head, lots of fur, and huge feet - he's polydactyl.
Siren has had the shakes and has a neurological issue. Siren was diagnosed with Cerebellar Hypoplasia (CH) today. Apparently her mama came in contact with feline distemper while she was in utero. It is not contagious, merely a congenital defect that she seems to have adjusted to. Her motor skills are affected and she does have some visible shaking...but she purrs, plays and is otherwise a happy girl. She'll need a home that is willing to make a few modifications to keep her safe. Sasquatch shows no signs of having CH.