found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, a special needs pet, and up to date with shots.
Even more important, this rough start hasn’t dampened her spirit one bit. She’s just as sweet, loving, and cuddly as can be! She starts purring as soon as her foster mom comes in the room. And if the petting doesn’t start soon enough to suit her, she will announce her needs with the softest sweet little meow. She loves being scratched all over (full-body massage, please!). Her other favorite thing is lying on your lap or chest while you gently rub her ears or under her chin. Perhaps best of all, she will gaze back into your eyes with a love that seems to say how grateful she is to be safe and warm and have a full tummy.
Goose has some more challenges coming up, but this time, she’s not facing them alone. Because of the location of the paralysis in her limb, she will need to have that leg (or at least the lower portion) amputated. But rather than slow her down, we are sure that this will only increase her mobility, making it so much easier for her to run and play like any other kitty. She will need a few weeks of recovery with her foster family after her surgery, but once she has healed, she will be seeking a loving family to call her own. Please consider bringing little Goose home forever! Whoever adopts this sweetie will certainly be a lucky goose. ☺ Sorry, we couldn’t resist.