Harper was found on someone's doorstep. She was left there in a carrier with a note attached that said "A gift for you. I'm sorry, I know you like cats. My mom won't let me keep her. Thank you". Harper had a cone around her head because she had just been spayed someplace. We were called because Harper was in distress in the carrier. We arranged for transport to our veterinarian. Harper must must have had some type of injury because it developed into a terrible abscess on her shoulder that required extensive medical care. She's healing beautifully now.
She has been through so much! She was abandoned and injured and who knows how long she was in that carrier before being rescued. She would do best as a solo cat so that all the love and attention can be focused on her as she has endured so much in her short life.
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