Hi everyone! I’ve got a spitfire on my foot and her name is little miss “Lenny.” She and her siblings came from the Mineral Wells Shelter. When I get my fosters I never know what I am getting- meaning how skinny, sick, GI problems, ear mites, aggression problems they may have- I just really don’t know.
I sat in my truck patiently waiting for the family of six to arrive after making a 3 hour journey to me. When I first saw Lenny I noticed she was much bigger than her siblings and she was also more talkative. On the ride home she was meowing up a storm and I couldn’t blame her…I hate being a vehicle for more than 3 hours too. Once we got home, I opened up all the cages and cute little kittens came running out.
That evening Lenny and her siblings were playing as if they were never at a high kill shelter. As I was taking pictures- Lenny would not leave my foot alone and this was her very first picture. Can you see the claws and dry skin scratches on my foot!! Ouch!….but she is so cute right??!!? Just in the last few weeks I have seen Lenny grow into a nibb”ly”, and very playful kitten. She does have a mischievous side of her and I think thats due to her taking the “BIG” sister role to another level. LOL.
Lenny is a cuddler and also a sweet finger biter, she also loves toes and ankles! Her most FAVORITE thing to do is play with feathers…lots and lots of them all at once. No matter where they are she is after them. If they are high in the air- she is jumping for them and if they low on the floor- she is rolling in them. Where ever they are- she is CRAZY CRAZY CRAZY CRAZY CRAZY for them.Lenny is the typical playful, loving, toe and ankle biting, feather fighting kitty kat….she will also sit nicely for her portrait to be taken. aaawwww she sits so nicely for the camera. Now I know you are looking at her thinking “she’s cute but I don’t want a black cat” but let me give you 3 reasons why adopting a black cat is awesome.
- You will never lose you black cat in the snow (if it should ever snow in Texas again…lol)
- A black cat will match any décor. You won’t have to redecorate your house to coordinate with your cat.
- Love knows no color! Your black cat doesn’t care what color YOUR hair is!
Now you have read Lenny’s blog… are ready to take the next step? OK-GREAT! Now head on over to Pawsitive Karma Rescue and read all about How To Adopt and then fill out a Cat Questionnaire- once you have gotten a reply from the PKR team we can setup a meet and greet and you can spend some time with Lenny- once you know for sure you want her -let PKR know and they will send over the contract and once its final- you can take sweet Lenny home and live happily ever after.