Favorite Nap Spot: in her cat bed, behind the sofa in the living room
Favorite Food: fancy feast, fancy feast kibble
Skills: she can jump very high
Arrival Story: Xena was adopted after being socialized by a wonderful lady who works with a TNR Program. After losing our dear Wriggley, we were heartbroken and not sure if we could take on another kitty so soon. But opening up our heart and home to a kitty that needs our help is the way to heal and honor the memory of Wriggley.
As soon as we saw her photo, we were in love. She is a sweet little girl with a beautiful face. Our first meeting proved to be just as memorable. She slept in my husband's arms for 2 hours. Keeping in mind that she was feral when she was trapped, shows how far she has come.
Bio: Xena was found in a colony of feral cats and kittens in a nearby town. The agency PawsWatch traps and spays/neuters and works with the kitties to socialize and tame them to allow for them to be adopted. Those that are to wild and will not be suitable for living in a home are returned to the location where they were trapped to live out their lives. The numbers in the feral colony will hopefully decline through attrition. We are thrilled to be giving her an opportunity to live a wonderful, long, and pampered life.
I have been with my family for 3 years. Wow, where does the time go?
I am still very kitten like in my ways. Always looking for fun and something to mess with. Most of the time it is with my brofurs and sisfurs. They don’t always appreciate that.
My Mom always thinks of how different my life would be if I wasn’t discovered on that cold November day. I was the last hold out of the feral litter that was trapped. I kept hiding each time someone would come by to make sure there were no kittens left.
I am one of the lucky ones. Please say a purrayer for all the homeless kitties. In that they all become success stories. That would be the best Gotcha Day present ever!!