Oreo is a ridiculously sweet and playful juvenile (older kitten/young adult) who was left outside to fend for himself. He is very cuddly and comes with Insta-Purr, and he absolutely adores playing with toys. He gets along with other cats, and kids or a cat-friendly calmer dog should be fine for him.
When we took Oreo to the vet, it was discovered that he had an irregular arrhythmia (his heart skips beats) and a slight murmur. He saw the veterinary cardiologist for an echocardiogram in March. She said he has an enlarged right atrium, but that it was not affecting his health or quality of life, nor did she anticipate it becoming an issue. He requires no special care at this time, but she did recommend a follow-up echocardiogram in September just to make sure everything is still okay.