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Unexpected guest

August 11, 2017

We interrupt our regular programming to tell you about an unexpected guest.

This is Sparrow.  After she spent three days in a neighbor’s backyard it was clear she had nowhere to go and was not feral, so we brought her here to set her up in my office.

She is an adult, but we don’t think she’s old.  She seems to have fleas, and her belly is matted, but her tail and the rest of her fur don’t show signs of wear and tear.  She is quiet (has a silent meow), and purrs when petted.

After it became clear she needed help, we brought her here and set her up in my office although I wasn’t planning to foster anyone for awhile.  She does not seem pleased with cats outside her door; our young one is not pleased to know she’s in here, but the older one has seen this happen before and is pretty blasé about it.  She knows how to eat and drink out of a bowl and use a litterbox, and is not freaked out by being indoors.  We’ll visit the vet with her this afternoon to get flea treatment and a combo test and a general look-over, and after she has a chance to settle in we’ll start driving her to weekend adoption events for the rescue that has agreed to put her on their books.  She will be available for adoption through the Feline Rescue Association as soon as her medical info comes back.

She loves people and as long as she can tolerate weekly visits to a cage she ought to have no trouble finding a home, as beautiful as she is with her long hair and pretty eyes, and her sort of calitabby coloring.


3 Comments leave one →
  1. August 11, 2017 6:21 pm

    She sure is pretty, poor sweetie. Thanks for helping her.

  2. meowmeowmans permalink
    August 13, 2017 11:03 am

    Sparrow is beautiful. We are sorry she was adandoned, but so grateful you are there to help her.

  3. Webbthistle permalink
    August 14, 2017 7:55 pm

    Beautiful baby! I hope her forever family meets her soon! Very glad you are there for her!

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