This eight-month-old, special lady needs a special home. Hash Brown, a super cute tabby, was found in an apartment complex parking lot at about five-weeks-old with her feral mom not around. She started having seizures within a few days of being in her foster home. She has had extensive medical testing including an MRI to determine the cause of the seizures. With everything else ruled out, it was determined that she has epilepsy. She will likely need to stay on her medications to help minimize the seizures for life. Despite the seizures; Hash Brown is very active, curious and independent. She definitely wants to be Queen of the Castle. She loves playing with other cats and would need a home with a cat who could keep up with her. She gets along well with dogs but would need to be watched as she is fearless and will attempt to eat their food or play rough with them even if they are 10 times her size. She can be sweet and will sleep cuddled next to you. At times she will come up and rub against your hand but her temperament can be unpredictable. She will play rough and is easily over stimulated so care would be needed and she would need a home without children. Hash Brown needs a special family that will be supportive of her issues and love her unconditionally.