Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Rescued Kitty Needs A New Home

I would like to introduce you to a little kitty cat who I have named Lynn, after my friend who first saw her. Lynn was abandoned at Bluffer's Park in mid-November. My friend Lynn saw her one evening, so scared that she could not get close to her. I went down and found her on November 16th. She was apprehensive, but I spoke to her for a while and managed to coax her to come to me. She was terrified, but maybe her hunger overcame her fear. And she was so cold. For whatever reason, she trusted me enough to come to me, and I promised her that I would take care of her!

I took Lynn to the vet. They estimate her to be about 8 years old. She was already spayed, and not microchipped. I had her vaccinated, dewormed and deflead (just in case). She had a dental scaling, but her teeth are pretty good. She had a SNAP test and is clear of Feline Leukemia and FIV.

Lynn is quite the character, and she really makes me laugh. She has loads of personality. She can be quite talkative, which I really enjoy. She gives head butts and loves being petted and brushed. She seems to be a bit grumpy, and she grumbles and growls and gripes when I visit her. But this is all a big front, she has never acted on any of it. I am sure that this would stop when she is finally safe and secure in her forever home.

We think that she really does not like other cats very much, and would be better as an only cat. The presence of other cats at the vet, and the associated smells, are likely what are causing her to appear to be a cranky girl. Although if I was abandoned at the Bluffs with no food or shelter and no idea of where I was, I might be a bit cranky myself!

I would really love to find a wonderful home for Lynn as soon as possible. She has spent way too much time being boarded at the vet already. After all that she has been through, this little kitty cat really deserves to find her happily ever after. I believe that she will be much happier in a loving home. This is a wonderful opportunity for you to give Lynn the forever home that every one of our little furry friends deserve, and maybe to help to make up for the terrible experience that she went through.

If you have room in your home and your heart for Lynn, please contact me at judithawilson@hotmail.com or call me on my cell at 416 258-5061. Or if not you, maybe you know of someone who might, and if so, please pass this email on to them.

Although we think that Lynn would be better as an only cat, as I mentioned, I would be willing to try her in a home with another cat, and a proper and slow introduction. Also, if someone cannot adopt her permanently but might foster her, that would be great. I am anxious to see how she acts when she is in a home and not at the vet.

Thank you!

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