When I came to my foster home, I was pregnant and seemed to have a cold. Having a cold is fairly common, except I didn’t follow the normal get better quick routine. I wasn’t eating or drinking. I was all sniffles and sneezes.
I went to the vet and thankfully they were able to save me, but my kittens didn’t make it. My foster mom was so sad for me when she came to pick me up. I got back to my foster home and after much TLC and some antibiotics (which are DISGUSTING, but I’m a good girl and took them), I’m turning out to be a gem of a kitty. No more sniffles and sneezes, only cuddles and purrs!
Playtime (check out this video of me playing)
My foster home is a high activity place. At first I was overwhelmed by everything that went on, but now I’m right in the thick of it. I just ignore the chaos and carry out my favorite activity, which is to sit on a lap and purr!
These days I’m full of pep and energy. I enjoy interacting with the other cats and the dogs. I can eat all the other cats under the table and I don’t show any adverse signs from my previous experience. I’m just waiting excitedly for my forever family to take me home!
I can tolerate just about any sort of interaction with the other animals. Check Sally and Missy out!