Our litter of five tiny kittens was found in a dumpster when we were about three or four weeks old. The kind lady saw we were very sick with respiratory infections, and nursed us as best she could until PZF could take us in. We went immediately to the very best foster mom in the whole world, and it’s a good thing. Besides needing to be bottle fed for a while, several of us had eye infections that sealed them closed. We all looked alike – gray with a little white trim. Even the sickest of our family would run around and play. All of us survived, and several of our family have gone to other homes. We turned out to be the most confident, loving kitties because there wasn’t a moment that we weren’t being fed, washed, medicated or just cuddled.
I will need an antihistamine pill each day, and I do sneeze prolifically, but I am filled with energy and silliness. I play well with all other kitties, and adore people who either want to play or to snuggle. I am getting to know to the doggie volunteer too! The face washing I require occasionally is a very small price to pay for the incredible purrsonality I will bring into your life.
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