Happy Gotcha Day, Daisy! December 2 2020 I brought this little goofball home. So glad I have her, she’s such a sweet, affectionate cat. I got her from the only shelter in the small town I was then living in. She’d been brought in to the pound, a street rescue. Nobody came to claim her, so she was taken to the RSPCA to be spayed and put up for adoption. She was the only cat they had marked as suitable to live with other cats, and the only one whose shelter name I have kept. She and Phoebe adapted to each other in a few days. She did suffer some anxiety when we moved interstate - not so much during the protracted boarding kennel stays but after we’d moved in; she would cry and cry when I had to leave her and Phoebe to get my mother in the morning and evening. She’s got over that now, and just makes the occasional complaint. Today I’m staying home with her: no errands to do, just spend time with the kitties.
Three years ago, December 13th, 2019, Giada entered our home and became part of the family
In the carrier, waiting for the vet to visit her before coming home
She was just over 3 months old, she was part of the feral colony that I still take care of. I had rescued her and her three siblings, along with their mom and dad, but she was the one that fate chose for me
Happy Gotcha Day, Giada!