The life of a service animal

Well this new kitty is interesting

February 17th 2013 3:28 pm
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He hides all day, unless he comes out to use the potty/eat and drink. He did jump on the bed last night and layed with mommy and daddy - but he doesn't say out of hiding long.

He's bigger than me. Ok he's HUGE and fluffy. His fur is rough. All the other kitties here have soft food- as do I. Wonder if it is because he was outside for while and the Miami weather got to him. Maybe after a while it will soften up.

The lady who delivered Noel and the lady who took Noel said the Miami Dade shelter he is in is one of the WORST shelters in AMERICA

Well I know he's gonna be happy for life! All of us are!

 
 

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Purred by: ☀ Charlie RIP ☀ (Catster Member)

February 17th 2013 at 11:25 pm

My fur got a lot softer once I had a better diet and was inside.
Purred by: Alex R

February 18th 2013 at 5:22 am

The food makes a big difference. You should see some of us these days - we're all ferals, but we have thick, soft coats. Stress would be a factor, too, and when he settles in there, you'll see a change. Congrats to you and your family for helping Noel!
Purred by: littleboy (Catster Member)

February 18th 2013 at 9:32 pm

so glad you gave him a loving home. He is probably pretty scared he is like a little ole man that got thrown out of his home and then placed on death row and now he is outta there and now he is kinda waiting to see what is next. Maybe afraid he will get hurt again. After a a little time he will settle in and know that all is well for his little ole soul. He looks so precious, hugs from all of us.


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