I've had my cat Harker for almost 5 years, since two days after she was born. Her mother had abandoned her and I spent my days and nights bottle feeding her and keeping her alive. Now for the past 2 years I've kept her in a separate room because she does not get along with my other cat. I let her out intermittently so she can roam, but in turn have to lock my other cat up. He's a bit "aggressive" with her (he's overly playful and kind of a bully with her) and she does not handle it well. For a while, she wasn't eating right, and wasn't sharing the litter box. So I gave up my spare room to keep her, along with her food and litter box, separate. Unfortunately I will be moving and will not have the space to have a separate room for her. I'm not sure how she would handle living with another animal. She gets along fine with my dog because my dog does not bother her.
It breaks my heart, because I've been with her since day one, but it's just not fair for her to have to live in a house where she can't be free. I've tried all different methods of integration, but nothing seems to be working. I'm hoping you can assist me in finding her a home where she will be happier.
I have plenty of wet and dry food to donate and I would also be willing to make $100 donation to your facility for helping me with this. I have been actively looking for a home for her through friends and family as well, but haven't found anyone yet. So this is my last resort for help. Please let me know if you have space at your facility for my little girl so she can get the love she needs.
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