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Shelter: CRASH's LANDING
I love it that our previous adopters are always willing to help a cat in need, so when Kim Musser contacted me on Friday June 6th, 2012, about a starving stray she had befriended, I wanted to repay the favor and get the kitty in immediately. Mice and birds seemed to be the only nourishment this twig-like girl could find, and with temperatures hitting 100 degrees, I am sure water was scarce as well. So Kim set out bowl after bowl of food, which the youngster (born in October of 2011) quickly gobbled up, realizing that no one had been taking care of her for quite some time.
When she arrived, all 6.3 pounds of her, I think she ate her weight in high-calorie canned food within the first few hours. Ridding her of fleas and internal parasites was next on my list of to-do's, as well as spaying her and repairing a hernia she had as well. When all was said and done and she had been bathed as well, Twill was ready to take our intake suite at Crash's by quiet storm! happy as can be to finally be indoors and having her every need tended too, after several hours of exploring every nook and cranny, she finally settled in and enjoyed some much needed R and R!
Affectionate and extremely outgoing, this lovely lass is going to be a wonderful pet for someone who wants a kitty to dote on and one who will repay the kindness ten-fold with adoration and attention. I cannot fathom why anyone would let her go, but their loss is most certainly our gain, one we are thrilled to have in our midst; Twill is a genuine treasure!