I am already spayed, up to date with shots, not good with kids, not good with dogs, and good with cats.
I first saw Hanna when she took refuge on our porch between the garbage cans. It was early February and the temperature was in the teens. She has long hair and much of it was wet from snow. All I could imagine was her getting pneumonia or freezing to death. When I approached the porch she ran! ...of course!
So we set up a small shelter with bedding and some dry food and hoped she would return. The following morning there she was. Now would she allow herself to be picked up? Our caregiver, Martha, carefully reached inside and met no resistance. Martha pulled her out and hurried her inside where a cage with food water in warm bedding was waiting for her.
She was definitely sick with an upper respiratory infection and dirty, matted coat. We started her on medication and made a vet appointment. Hannah slept through the next 2 days, When she started cleaning herself we knew she was feeling better. We put up “cat found” signs with info distributed to route the neighborhood hoping she was lost.
Now, weeks later, with no responses from our signs, Hannah is ready for a new home. A home where responsible, loving people will forever protect her from freezing outdoor weather. She is sweet, very much a lap sitter who loves to be groomed. And she is gorgeous!!!!