I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
I’m Cori, a sweet but sometimes a little shy kitten. When I was first rescued and came to FOHA, I wasn’t sweet – I was scared. I would hiss and spit at my foster family. I thought I was some big feral cat, having grown up outside, living with my littermates in a groundhog hole. After a week at my foster home, though, I started to become very ill – in fact, all of my siblings and I did. We lost our brother Chase to the disease called panleukopenia. I spent 7 days at the emergency vet, hooked up to IVs and fluids and medicine, trying so hard to get well. My foster mom would come spend hours with me every night, holding me in her arms. Now when you hold me in your arms, I’m full of purrs. I have come to love and crave attention once I get past my initial shy-ness with new people. I absolutely LOVE to have my belly and arm pits rubbed. My foster mom says you’re not supposed to have favorites, but seeing how much progress I’ve made, she admits that I’m her favorite boy. I hope I’ll be your favorite boy, too.
For more information about me, or about FOHA's adoption process, contact my volunteer friends at 703-385-0224 or firstname.lastname@example.org.