Abygail was introduced to her fosters after she was spayed, and she literally woke up to a strange environment.
It took her a few weeks to recover and to trust that no further funkadelic trips were on her immediate agenda.
The vet said she was five to six years old and had had numerous litters.
She had been living in a garage and then taken in to a small room in a basement.
Abygail is a timid, beautiful cat.
She has been with her foster home for more than a month now and finally feels comfortable enough to let them know when her food is late; with a polite little meow, or to come over for a rub a few times a day.
But she is still very shy. She might be a bit scared of men (she seems to trust women more), and loud voices, and would probably do best in a home without smaller children in it.
She doesn’t know how to play like house cats, but is starting to interact a bit more.
She is incredibly easy to have around, and she doesn’t hiss or swat.
She is just timid, and judging from her battle scars, probably deserves to be.
She is also fully house-trained, and when she is in the mood for comfort, she will let you stroke her neck for days, and give off a soft little purr that makes all your patience seem worth it.