Favorite Food: Any dry cat food, doesnt care to much for wet food.
Skills: Taunting my dog lol.
Arrival Story: One day I noticed a skinny grey cat wandering around my backyard and since I work with a rescue agency and started to feed her on my back porch. She was weary of me at first and wouldnt let me get closer than 4ft from her. After about 4 months of 20min daily sessions of sitting on my porch while she ate and talking to her, she got confortable enough to let me pet her. The head of cat adoptions at the rescue desided it would be best to do a spay and release but first we had to get her UTD on shots and tested for diseases and everything. I set a humane trap not knowing if she would let me pick her up or not. The next day I saw her on the porch so I went out to play with her and thought I would try and pick her up, she let me w/o any protest. I put her in my bathroom and the next day brought her to her vet appointment. Sadly she tested positive for Feline Lukemia which makes it almost impossible to adopt her out but we are no-kill so we wont stop trying. Then we needed to get her spayed so about a week later she got put back in the bathroom so that the transporter could pick her up the next morning to take her to be spayed. The plan was to keep her but as an outdoor cat for 2 reason, Im allergic and my moms even more allergic and my dog doesnt like her very much. Then my mom decided we were moving and couldnt take her with us and 4months later I finally found a foster who would take her. They had her 4 months and had to give her back due to having to go away for a few weeks. She is much better with strangers now but still takes a little while to warm up to them. Once you gain her trust she is such a sweetheart and just wants to be loved. She is currently being fostered by the rescue's head of cat adoptions, Linda.
Bio: **UPDATE 4/13** Tuesday night around 9pm I recieved a heartbraking call from Linda saying that my baby girl passed away peacefully in her sleep. The Leukimea finally claimed her life and we are all just greatfull that her illness never caused her any pain and that she lived hapily until the end. R.I.P Kit Kat, you will forever be in my heart