Kamille, an elegant little tortie, was surrendered by someone who could no longer care for her. She wasn’t hungry or neglected. Perhaps she was loved. But what is almost certain is, Kamille believed she was. How do we know? Because when she arrived in her foster home, Kamille was distraught, cowering from her foster family, neglecting her grooming and wailing all night for the only home she’d ever known.
Today, not even six weeks later, Kamille is a sassy, confident and playful young cat. She only cries if the foster mom isn’t fast enough getting the food out. She seeks cuddles, and turns on the purr machine when she gets them. She loves the other cats in the home, and plays energetically with them. She would be sad if she didn’t have a cat playmate. She is, however, fearful of small children, and likely has no experience with them.
Just like people, cats have quirks too. Kamille’s guilty pleasure is TV. She cannot pass a TV screen without pausing to watch. She loves Days of Our Lives. We don’t have the heart to tell her Modern Family is coming to an end. She thinks the laptop is hers and will climb up waiting for her squirrel and bird videos on YouTube.
Lewis Capaldi sings: “I was getting kinda used to being someone you loved.” Kamille lost the one she thought loved her, but with the gentle, expert care of her foster home, she has regained her conﬁdence and is a happy and well-adjusted cat.
Can you make her feel once and for all that she’s someone who is loved?
Kamille MUST be adopted to a home with another cat for company.