Oct 13th 2010: This gorgeous, little, shy and vulnerable kitten was rescued by Martha Kane. Yes, she is being cared for by Martha in Malta. She is a beautiful Maltese cat.
Martha doesn’t know I am doing this but I did say that I might. I know there are logistical problems for someone outside of Malta who just might be thinking I could help and adopt her. But we can, perhaps, overcome these when we have to face them.
The priority is to see if a visitor can find it in their heart to adopt this beautiful female kitten.
So, I wish to appeal to people, ideally from Malta or anywhere to leave a comment if interested.
It is a big call. It difficult to re-home cats in Malta and I think Martha would be one of the first to agree that. That is, in part, why she cares for so many cats. That and the fact that Martha is very particular where her rescue cats are re-homed…;)! She cares that much.
I have forgotten this kitten’s name – sorry. I’ll find out and leave a comment.
She was downstairs in Martha’s home in her cosy bed. She is well cared for, of course, but she really needs a forever home with a tender, kind and knowledgeable cat carer just like one of the wonderful regular visitors to this site.
Update: 7th Nov. 2010:
In the words of Martha Kane:
GOOD NEWS!!! Pupa left yesterday to go to her new home with a friend of mine…..
Pupa needed a special home because she is very shy and has to have someone who will be patient with her until she gets used to them all….my friend is an exceptional person and..I know that Pupa is now in her forever home
So Pupa has found a caring and an excellent caretaker. Great news. Here are three photos taken by Martha using her mobile phone as she is about to leave Martha’s care. Pupa is saying goodbye to Martha from the carrier and to Basil by the window. Good luck Pupa…
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