Posh appeared one morning in her rescuers yard, asking for food. She was emaciated with ears badly damaged from an infection. She'd clearly been left to fend for herself on the streets for quite some time - and being front declawed did not make this easy for her. Fortunately for Posh, she picked the right yard to creep into. She is now a happy, confident girl living indoors at her foster home and bossing around the kittens who get out of line. She was treated for her ear infection, and the vets believe that she has some ability to still hear. She has some sensitivity on her lower back, likely due to an injury from her time on the streets, but deeply appreciates kisses on the top of her head and scritches under her chin. Not a cat to hang out at the top of bookshelves, Posh prefers to lounge on soft pillows while taking a sunbath, or positioning herself in a cat cubby to watch the room.
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