found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
Peanut is her name because she is so tiny. Especially without her fur she is just a little peanut. She is cuddly that way too. She purrs for strangers
You have to wonder how she can be such a lovebug when her life has been so hard. A neighbor saw her arrive across the street as a kitten almost two years ago. She said she was continually misused ( that is a euphemism ) by the family's children. I won't go into what they did but it was awful. When they moved away they evidently left her behind, outside. Eventually, starving, she found her way one day into the neighbor's open garage. She was super thin and weak. Her fur was so matted she need a complete shave.
So we contacted and sent our nearest foster to get her and here she is. She is as funny looking as cat be. Eating everything in sight.
She is putting on weight so fast that yesterday I thought she was pregnant. OMG!! Nope she has a spay scar so my blood pressure went back down. ( and I was disappointed too)
She is a snaggletooth Himi. When they breed their faces to be super flat sometimes there isn't room in the mouth for the tongue so it sticks out or, in this case, not enough room for one of her two bottom canines, so it sticks out. This is not uncommon. Makes her look a little like a pirate.Doesn't cause her any trouble. Makes you kind of smile to see her.
Everything about her makes you smile. Her tail is totally shaved - no pompom on the end. Her little body is all shaved. The groomer shaved her head into a little round ball too.She looks funny, no doubt about it , but her Himi shape will return soon. .She is a fluff ball little HImalayan and much smaller than she looks in these photo's. Her personality will make you smile too, she is such a loving little treasure. She is a grateful cat and wants to give you her heart..
Someone will be very lucky to have her sweet spirit in his or her home. And she will have a refuge from the storm her life has been.
Thank god they moved away.
I think she is cat friendly. Probably no kids would be a good idea though I don't know if that is true. She seems to a like everyone but I haven't had any children to bring in to meet her.
She eats wet and dry and is litterbox perfect.
Her foster mom is Harriet in Santa Cruz.