(when grown) -
Spayed or Neutered,
Here's the beauty queen, Tie Dye!
Tie Dye and her siblings were posted on Facebook with a plea for help for a group of very sick kittens living outside within a large colony living next to a busy road. When we saw the picture of Tie Dye, we knew we had to help, even though we had absolutely no space! When we went to go check out the situation, we found many feral kittens laying in various shady spots throughout the yard, trying to hide from the hot summer sun. These feral kittens were so sick, lethargic, and weak that we knew we had to take them right then and there and were able to grab them by hand (which should indicate how sick they were since feral kittens are very fast and won't allow people to handle them). We knew immediately that all 5 kittens we grabbed were close to death.. the kittens were emaciated, dehydrated, noses crusted over, and eyes sealed shut with sickness. Unfortunately, 2 others passed away the next day before we could grab them, and one had to be euthanized in our care because she had an injury so severe that it couldn't be repaired. In the following weeks, we were able to grab 4 more kittens who appeared and get them to safety also!
Tie Dye was the first one of the bunch to come out of her shell. While she was clearly one of the sickest, she didn't let that hold her back! Tie Dye has become the sweetest, most loving little lady who is one of the first ones to greet her foster mom when she comes into the room. She loves snuggling in her foster moms lap, making muffins, purring, playing with toys, bird watching from the cat tree, and exploring. She has a super soft medium haired coat that she enjoys having brushed. This girl is an absolute sweetheart. She's easy to handle and pick up, loves getting attention, and is just a gem of cat. Tie Dye is very active, so she will need to be adopted with a sibling or to a house with another young, active cat! Tie Dye would do great in a home with children, as she's easy to handle and so lovable. We also believe that Tie Dye would do great in a home with dogs after proper intros.
Tie Dye is about 7 months old, spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, FIV/FELV tested negative, dewormed, and flea treated. She has been fully cleared of her URI and Conjunctivitis. If this beauty queen seems to be your match, apply for Tie Dye today!