Anna is one of those unique cats that showed up at our back door, crying for us to come out and see her. It became clear quite quickly that Anna was not a feral (ferals are very timid and have no, to little, previous experience with human interaction) and that she was quite friendly. Barely a year old, we took her in and recently she has had all her shots and spay taken care of by Imagine P.A.W.S.
As it turned out, Anna was pregnant, and also dealing with a serious case of worms. With a helping hand, her worms were easily cured, and her kitten born successfully.
It's important to know that even though our projects focus on ferals, any cat in need that we can help we will, especially if they can be rehomed and loved. Anna is now adopted, and resting from her recent spay.
Thanks to a Trap Neuter Return organization called C.A.T.S.U.P. run by our friends from Toronto, the last month we've been able to house two feral fem...