This is the very first picture of Kiki relaxing on our deck. He’s around 6 months old, his paw was shaved in the emergency hospital. I found him a few days earlier in our front yard starving, sick and screaming for help.
I was not sure I’d be able to keep him so I decided to try the shelter first of all and hoped they could find a good home for him. The poor thing purred in the car on my daughter’s lap and made me cry. They had a vet to examine him right away which was a plus. But when I called the shelter next day… you guessed it. They were going to euthanize him because the couldn’t afford the treatment. So I decided I had to give him a chance. It took us to cancel our plans for the day, to take him to the emergency hospital, to find a vet in a hurry and to finish the treatment back home. I’m so glad we did it and the other Kiki’s pictures prove how rewarded we are now.
Kiki never can leave my daughter to her own devices when it comes to puzzles.
Kiki is a responsible cat and he’s in charge of not only my plants but the most important paperwork too. He’s also very fond of computer (pics to follow)
BTW notice the gray spot on his lower belly. Now it’s almost gone
I wanted to share how much our family enjoys Kiki’s company. Just one more funny thing to mention. Sometimes I think Kiki has a few dog genes. He loves to take a walk with us around the block and will follow us all the way, just sniffing and checking on things here and there. He also prefers to be in the room with us even when taking a nap.
Also when busy hunting outside he’ll come home just to check on us and then return to his business right away.
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