If only she could talk, Eartha would give us an earful about the perils she has survived. We got a call about her around a year ago. She was alone in a state park, and it appeared she had been shot.
As it turned out, Eartha had not been shot but had an old, healing injury. But she turned out to be on the brink of delivery. She went on to deliver two kittens, one of whom was born with such severe genetic conditions that she had to be put to sleep the next day.
We'll never know how Eartha came to be scavenging for food in a state park, but we do know that she is a very sweet and interactive cat with 2/3 of a tail and glowing golden eyes. She's very sweet and sociable.
Do you have it in your heart to offer Eartha the security she has never dared to dream of? She would love to meet you.
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