Taking a Cat to Safety
by Melissa Sabo
You can see how small to how big and happy
We got our Itsy from a friend of a friend, realizing while there for a first time it wasn't quite safe for a human, let alone an animal.
So here comes this itsy baby furball, gray and white, so lovable and kept wanting up. It didn't look malnourished, however they had no food. They ate whatever they could meaning garbage ect.
So partner and I said we want her and took her. The people didn't care. They were addicts that only cared about themselves.
We got home, got food for her and water. We also have another rescue so we had everything. So when itsy drank water she drank for so long it was sad.
I saw a hair in her mouth and when I pulled it out it was so long it was gross as all hell and sad. Now she ate a lot and got comfy and now she loves and gets along with her big sister Jezzebelle. We named her Jazmine.
Happy and loved of course. Went to the vet and remains taken care of. She is my itsy bitsy baby lol
She's not itsy anymore, though she is part Maine Coon and she got huge and that tail. She's beautiful.