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Hi All! My name is Lily and I love everybody!
I came into foster care because I was supposedly beating up other kitties? Me? I don’t think so–as long as the other kitties are laid back I am fine. I was having tummy aches and some litter box issues though. Regardless, my owner was keeping me outside and it was just a bad situation for me.
I was lucky that PPCR found out about me and took me in. I am a sweet girl and I do like attention and pets! Even my foster Mom thinks I’m sweet so I’m not just saying that!
So what’s my real issue? Once PPCR got me they were able to figure out what my problem was. I have irritable bowel disease. I am now on a special diet and feeling much better. I also got a special medicine to help firm up my stool. This bowel thing has been terrible! I have to admit I have a litter box issue, sometimes I don’t get my butt all the way in the box and have been known to go potty and sometimes poop over the edge of the box. Not sure why I do this…just a bad habit I guess. My foster mom just keeps a wee wee pad under the litter box to catch my mistakes and all is well. When all is said and done… between IBD and being thrown outside, life has been a struggle. I felt so unloved and just did not know what to do.
I really am doing so much better now. I do like it here and love my foster Mom, but it’s not quite the same as having my very own person to love me. She does have other foster kitties. I sometimes wonder if I deserve to have someone I can call my own…I have to hope and dream someday that it could come true.
I guess in reality PPCR saved my life. I had never been outside before and it is so dangerous and I really had no street smarts. I really have to thank PPCR for taking me in, being so very patient with me and not giving up on me. Especially for giving me hope.
Inside for Good,
Lily The Calico Persian
We do not have all the details about this pretty girl called Lily but we have enough. She is a 12 year old spayed Calico Persian, and adorable is what she is.
Her owner kept her outside due to alleged issues with other cats in the home. We have to wonder if a bigger part of the reason was her litter box habits. Since we have had her she has been diagnosed with IBD, irritable bowel disease. This disease, just like for humans, is really uncomfortable and if not cared for just gets worse. This can lead to accidents. The disease really has to be managed daily with the correct diet.
We believe this special girl is a great opportunity for a foster who is willing to keep her in a separate room while her litter box habits improve. This would be a gift of love and hope for an adorable little girl.
If you want to find out more about adopting or fostering Lily please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide your full name and phone number so we can contact you.
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