Chablis is quite pretty but silly
I once watched her go to hop from the coffee table to the couch....which is about a foot and a half apart, and fall inbetween them lol. She's also been known to do summersaults if something surprises her.
Everyone is a rescue with the exception of Bandit whom I was given some 17 years ago as a sweet lil kitten and my lil Chi Skyy whom I adopted 3 years ago.
The other three are foster failures... Bailey was an skinny ornery tom from amish country that I rescued about 9 years ago. I kept waiting on finding a home for him bc he just was sooo ornery. At some point he decided he adored me and vice versa, now he loves nothing more then to snuggle against me or Stoli.
Chablis was rescued from euth from a high kill shelter along with 3 others. I adopted out the other three. She needed surgery to remove her tail, it was badly broken. She was about 8 weeks old. She also had a plethora of skin issues. I held off adopting her bc she was so skiddish and afraid of the world. So weeks turned into months, months into years
So she is my goofy neurotic bobtail now
Stoli was surrendered by a byb who couldn't sell him and decided that breeding was more money and work then it was worth. (I couldn't cheer on that train of thought fast enough for her haha) Considering his mother was nearly totally bald too. I took him in but decided in about 5 minutes flat he was never leaving! At about a year old his hair started falling out and the vet declared he had alopecia. I ran into his breeder shortly there after only to find out she was still breeding and didn't really care a kitten of hers was semi hairless like his mother and insisted I did something wrong to him. Whateves. People think what they want. Can't fix stupid.
Considering I had a track record of adopting out over 125 rescued felines when I was actively rescuing ... I guess my failure list isn't too terrible
Well, that my story.. ermmm.... my kids stories I should say. I'm excited to be amongst like minded people. I have been perusing the site for ideas on helping my old girl thrive.
Thanks for reading