Abby (Abstract)'s Info...
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, and good with kids.
Abby (Abstract)'s Story...
Sometimes the most injured spirits become our saving grace. Abby has been through an emotional rollercoaster this past year. Her soft spirit with people is so touching to see. She has no care for other cats, after losing her sister... and she tolerates the dog but does not call any animals, here, "friend". She is very sweet and affectionate with people, however, and longs to find a furever family and finally be at peace! Everyone she knew has passed away and she just wants her new human ALL TO HERSELF, in our opinion. We have been fostering her for about 6 months and she is GREAT with people. She does NOT like the company of our other foster kitties. In Abby's defense, we have a current foster cat population of 18, so it would overwhelm any older lady, like herself! She is about six or so. She has a scar on her neck where her flea collar had grown into her skin. It has healed completely, but the hair is not completely regrown, yet. It may never be completely regrown, it is hard to tell. She is playful and has a very talkative way. She is smart and enjoys looking out the windows. She does not get much peace around here. Every night I pray that God will send us JUST THE RIGHT HOME for Abby. She is so deserving of a peaceful, secure future.
She is very well behaved and would enjoy sleeping with you, if you allowed it. She is completely litter trained . This is a little piece of Abby's rescue story, told from her perspective:
"My name is Abstract. My dad called me Abby for short. My human dad died recently and my whole life has changed. My sister and I were terribly neglected after dad died. We used to be inside kitties but we were suddenly not allowed inside anymore. We were kept in the back porch all the time. Winter and summer. Its awful. Dad used to love on me and I slept with him. The people that live in his house now had nothing to give us. We just got food. No love. No care. My sister needed her thyroid medicine and they wouldnt even bother to give it to her. By the time we were rescued, my sister was so sick that she could barely stand. She started getting her medicine but it was too late. I dont want to lose family ever again."
Abby will make an amazing companion to a child or an adult, even a senior. She will give back all the love you give her and more! Please give us a call if you want to meet this beautiful fabulous DIVA!