"I'm Teddi! I was called this 'cause I look like a furry teddy bear...but I's a girl so it's Teddi with an I! I'm looking for my forever home...could you be my mommy or daddy?"
Age: 3 Years Sex: Female
"This was my shelter photo. I was very, very sick, but I'm healthy and happy now and ready for a real forever home!"
"I love climbing! This climber isn't very tall but I really love the tip-top of the big cat tree."
"I was such a cute kitten! I'm bigger now, but I'm still cute and cuddly!"
"Here's my little family. I'm the one with the pink tongue! Can I be your special rescue girl?" [See My CatsterPlus Photo Book]
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Special Gift Box:
March 3rd 2010
Cuddling!! Eating is a very close second!
Sharing with sisfurs and the others
The catnip mousies
Favorite Nap Spot:
The tip top of the tallest cat tree
If it's in a can, she loves it!
Purring sweetly while snuggling close
Teddi, along with her sisters and cat-mommy, were found thrown out at a dump then taken to a very high kill shelter. I was notified that they had less than 24 hours to live and were very sick so nobody would consider rescuing them. Plus nobody wanted this family because all but one were black or black and white. We love black kitties so they came home to us.
They were so very sick! Upper respiratory infections, parasites, eye infections...the list is never ending. These babies and their mama, Rosa, spent weeks at the vet's office in isolation and receiving breathing treatments, IV antibiotics, and eye treatments. We were unsure if they'd be blind or even survive. But they did!!
When Rosa's family first came home, I honestly didn't know if they would survive and was too busy feeding, cleaning eyes, etc. to figure out if they were male or female. So I gave them names that would work for either! Mama Rosa was named for Rosa Parks, a true survivor, and because the fur on her back looks reddish.
Tommie was named for a very brave Catster kitty named Tommy who survived much longer with FeLV than anyone dared home. Bo Peep (Peepers) was named for my own dear Bo who journeyed to the Bridge one week to the day that this family was saved. Teddi was named for a Teddy Bear because she's cute and cuddly.
All are healthy and happy now and ready for forever homes. The three sisters love to play and cuddle. They get along well together but can be adopted separately. Won't you give these brave survivors a forever, loving home?
Teddi is such a loving girl! She likes nothing more than cuddling in my lap and purring. Her fur is soft and silky. She is a gorgeous girl!
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We Are Family! I Got My Sisters With Me!
I've Been On Catster Since:
|August 7th 2010
||More than 2 years!
Rosette, Star and Special Gift History
for 2341 days
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