Skills: I own a grooming shop and she is our mascot
Arrival Story: I was a groomer for a vet in Oklahoma. They would get all kinds of animals dropped off at the clinic. She was in a box left at the front door. She was so skinny and we could tell she had just had kittens. They weren’t with her. Her tail just been horrible removed and is only about 3 inches. We have no idea how it happened. She had a few stitches put in. The last ½ doesn’t have any hair. She was so shy. No one wanted her. Months went by and they didn’t know what to do with her. They all ready had 4 clinic cats and another one was not happening. They were thinking of putting her down because she spent most of the time in a cage. I would let her out as much as I could, but wasn’t enough. I had 5 dogs and a foster dog so 6 and I had a kitty. We lived in town so I was already way over the limit. Then the light bulb went on…My grooming shop needs a mascot. My grooming shop is in Rapid City, South Dakota. I called the girl that runs it for me and said you are getting a mascot. I flew up with her.
Bio: She was shy but now she is so cute and a little fat. I keep on the girls that work for me, about all the treats she gets. She was so skinny when she first got to the shop; I guess they forgot to stop. She loves to great the customers on the counter when they are filling out paperwork. Everyone wants her now. Isn’t that always the way. When you’re desperate for a home no one wants them and when they find a loving home someone wants them. I miss her. I go and visit her a couple times a year. I wish she lived with me but I think she is in heaven getting petted by 20-30 customers a day!