It’s believed that a totally healthy and long life will be led by Bellini, although caretakers have found the kitten has an unrelated heart murmur which will need routine veterinary checkups.
Cats Protection’s principal veterinary officer, Sarah Elliott, described in a statement:
Bellini is among the more uncommon cats to be discovered. Hermaphrodite cats don’t often happen. This may lead to a cat with female or male reproductive organs and genitalia, or some of assorted reproductive organs and genitalia. Bellini seems to take the last group with a mix of both.
For additional information with this, it is possible to see with the Cats Protection web site.
Supervisor of the adoption centre, Sonia Scowcroft, said:
We’ve got used to calling Bellini a lad, but actually it’s up to his new owner to determine what they believe is best. Either way, he will make a wonderful pet.” and is an absolute cutie pie