My story started when I was a kitten. I was allowed to be an “indoor” kitten for the first 6 months of my life. But when my dad’s girlfriend moved in, I was moved to the outdoors.
I was allowed to free roam and I was called a “neighborhood” cat. An outdoor cat house was made for me to survive the cold evenings and winter. A number of people in the neighborhood allowed me to live in their garage, but I was still not allowed to be indoors or part of a family. This went on for years and years.
In May 2019, I left my neighborhood. The Pet Paw-see isn’t sure what happened. I was next found by my guardian angels, some caring employees of the Great Falls Clinic.
I was under a car, crying for help. I had endured the harsh brutal winter, but I couldn’t do it any longer. I was in too much pain!
My guardian angels put a box under the car and I curled into it. I was tired, shaking, and in need of medical help. I was taken to the vet and I had to have surgery to remove part of my frostbitten tail. I have never lost my sweet personality even after having been through such difficult, painful times. I am looking for my own special family who will allow me to be an indoor kitty and who will love me for the rest of my days.
Adopted 10.5.19! ^..^