found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, not good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
She was so emaciated and dehydrated she remained at the vets for 3 weeks. Weighing in at 4.2 IBS, she was given Intravenous, antibiotics, 4 small meals a day, supplements, TLC and love from a foster home.
When we first met her she purred with our touch. Maggie succumbed to tears in front of the vet staff as she knew this cat had endured so much yet refused to give up. This is how she earned her name Espoir (hope) and she has certainly given proof positive that love conquers all!
She is now at Animal Adoption Montreal's cat adoption center, Chatopia, and continues to improve every day.
She is very shy and doesn't like quick movements or loud noises. She can be petted, brushed and will respond with purring and rolling over for attention, recently she has started exploring and roaming free. Ideally she would benefit from a quiet home with no children. She seems indifferent to dogs and other cats - as long as they are gentle - and she continues to improve.
We do all we can to help her regain her confidence, and slowly, but surely, it is working. She will make a wonderful companion for a patient, loving owner.