We are a private non-profit cat sanctuary, taking in unwanted and abused cats (as we have space available) and finding good homes for the kittens that are born to us. We never adopt out the adults that we accept, figuring that they have had enough trauma in their lives - but we do delight in lovingly raising their babies and finding good homes for them.
Little Orphan Annie is a special case who will need a very understanding home. In mid-September, a cold-hearted person in a black SUV drove by our home and tossed Annie out the window - not even stopping. She hit the pavement hard, loosing most of the fur on her chin and chest and breaking multiple ribs. She was painfully thin, but had obviously known the love of a person before being ripped away by this reprehensible driver. It has taken nearly two months for her to heal, trust, desire loves, purr, and come to us when called - and even at that, she is only relaxed with the two of us that have cared for her most. She shies away from other family members that only visit. I know the Lord is preparing a special home for her, as I don't think she can ever be released to enjoy the goat barn life with our non house-cat rescues. We estimate her age at 20 weeks, but with the malnutrition - it was hard to tell. I've given her our wedding anniversary as a birthdate. She is a gorgeous grey-gold-white calico with the thick face of a British Shorthair (the breed is also a guess). Her special friends are Thursday and Friday, the two gentlest kittens we have. Please consider taking her with at least one of her support buddies.