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Saturday, March 25, 2006

Homeseeker: Sara

Sara is a young cross-breed female with grey/green eyes, probably about 1 year old. Affectionate and friendly, she is looking for a loving home where she can forget the traumas of being abandoned. She is sterilised with a tip-ear, litter-box trained and vaccinated. If you or anyone you know is interested to give this dainty young lady a home, please write to sephycat at gmail dot com. Her Story One particular evening in Oct 2005, y spotted a very scared scrawny cat hiding in some bushes in the Street Gangs' Area 2. It was late, and the poor thing was too scared to let her approach, but y was certain it was a new abandonee, judging from what she could see of its coat. Plus it seemed to have bluish eyes. Food was not enough enticement for the poor thing, but it looked to be in some of sort of health problem, as its fur looked patchy. Not wanting to stress the poor thing further, y left it alone for the night. Over the next two months, we spotted the poor thing maybe about 5 times, with increasing frequency, until y was able to start feeding it. Finally, in December, 2005, we got close enough to i/d it as a girl. First order of business, upon gaining trust was of course, mojo-robbing. The event was marked by great fireworks and celebrating - right on New Year's Eve. Sara proved our suspicion of abandonment true - she was guileless whether with strangers or dogs. But she seemed to be learning the ropes, though very slowly, and her fur began to grow back. But, ultimately, Sara showed us that she wasn't suited to a life on the streets, sores and wounds kept marring her fur and skin. We resorted, of course, to fostering her with Foster Mum. Sara has been in Foster Mum's TLC since late February, and has made remarkable recovery. Now all that's needed to complete her convalescence is a home of her. If you or anyone you know is interested to give this innocent young thing a home, please write to sephycat at gmail dot com. Read about other Home Seekers. c Sara gossip:

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