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Saturday, March 25, 2006

Homeseeker: Angel

Angel has classic black and white patch patterns and a perfect full-length tail. Angel is friendly, smart and knows how to use the litter-box. She is probably about 1 yr-old, a very young girl. Her kittens have all been adopted, and she is the only left still waiting for a home to call her own. Being very social, trusting and loving, she will make a great house-pet. Will you consider giving this lovely young girl a permanent home? If you or anyone you know is interested to give this pretty young lady a home, please write to sephycat at gmail dot com. Her Story Angel was a resident of the locker area at my workplace-a manufacturing plant. But I did not notice her until December 2004, when colleagues who knew about my interest in cats, told me about a mother cat with five kittens. She had made her home just outside one of the plant's side entrance. It was a dangerous place to be, because aside from the drains, there was nowhere for her kittens to hide. Angel was a young cat herself, and being trusting and inexperienced, she made no attempt to hide her litter from sight. The drains themselves were a danger, due to the heavy rains that characterise the year-end monsoon season. Angel had parked her brood right by the drains too, and it was a fall of about 1.5m from her open-air loft. They were also subject to the blinding heat of the day, and I was concerned about dehydration and heatstroke. A number of people were concerned for this family's safety too, but nobody could take them in. After discussing with several of my more concerned colleagues, who agree to sponsor the family's boarding and other expenses until the kittens were adopted and Angel sterilised and released, I called Foster Mum for help. Marilyn, Angeline, Cindy and Urn Hark are the major donors, who contribute to the family's expenses. Wee Choo offered to sponsor any sterilisation. Luckily, Foster Mum was able to take them in. And so the family was moved into foster-care, in late Dec 2004, thanks to Marilyn and her father, who went to the plant during the weekend to get the family. The kittens were only about 1 month old then. From the start, Angel showed astounding trust, allowing Foster Mum to clean her babies, and herself. Not a hiss was issued. Angel and her babies, right after Foster Mum had cleaned them up. Now it is March, Angel's babies have either been adopted or died, and she is the only one left. Given her absolute trust in people, Foster Mum felt Angel should have a home. I agreed, and asked Angel's kind major supporters if they would be agreeable to the change in plans to rehome her instead of releasing her. Luckily, they agreed. Hopefully, Angel will be able to go home soon. If you or someone you know is able to give Angel her permanent home, please write to sephycat at gmail dot com. Angel Gossip

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