Meet Esme- Miracle mom!
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Esme has become the most loving cat to her foster mom. She is still very shy with strangers, but just needs to redirect her love to a new person. She coos and meows so much now that she feels secure in the house. Now that her babies have been adopted, she is being a surrogate to 3 others. She was trapped during a colony TNR program and was quite ill with injuries to her belly and mammaries. After she delivered her kittens, we gave her extensive medical care including a 2 days stay at the ER vet. Her 3 babies went with a bottle feeder. She got spayed and healed some more. We were able to reunite the little family after 5 weeks and she had such a good time teaching them how to be really good happy little kittens. They played so well together. She is quite shy, so the person who adopts her needs to understand it will take her time to relearn a new person and home. It is the best feeling to have her crawl out of her hut or hidey place and plop down for pets and purrs. She needs to live with other cats as she lived with many others in the yard she was found. She has become quite the lover with some of the resident cats in the foster home. She has to rub on them and plop down for attention from them and her foster mom. The people also have a dog that mingled with the cats on the porch and in the yard. A gentle dog would be best. Other animals would be her mentors and help her realize living in a house with people is a good thing!As she is getting more comfortable in the foster home, she is all over the place checking everything out. She is in the kitchen at mealtime with the resident cats and seems to be enjoying living in a home. She loves to play with toys and empties her toy basket every night. Toys are scattered all over her room in the morning. Since she loves canned food so much, that is a good bribe to get her to trust you. This cat is up to date on vaccines and tested negative for FIV/FeLV.