white cat and yet there are so many that sit forever in shelters waiting to be adopted. We all know that black cats are the most over-looked cats in shelters due to superstition I expect, but the white cats are also overlooked because of the white hair. I have heard countless times from people that they would not adopt a white cat again because the hair was a problem. Well, if you think of it the hair is there whether you see it or not so why not have it more visible so you can clean it easier? I really don't understand this logic.
Our local animal shelter has 4 beautiful white cats up for adoption and some have been there quite sometime.
Puffin is a 1 year old female with a little grey cap. Doesn't she look like she would make any home more beautiful?
So, as we celebrate the white cat this month please keep these 4 cats in mind if you or anyone you know would consider adding one of these beautiful white cats to their life. I have my white cat, Lily and I have never met a more gentle, sweet little soul as her. Her white coat adds beauty to my home wherever she lays her head.
And Lily will tell you she looks gorgeous in pearls.
http://www.lanarkanimals.ca/ is the shelter in the Lanark, Ontario area.
My little Siamese, Ginny is not well and today she has been diagnosed with final stages of kidney failure. Yesterday I took her in to the clinic for a geriatric analysis which included a blood test. I knew she had a bladder infection but she had been given an antibiotic 2 weeks ago and I had hoped that it was gone. The results of the blood test were not what I had expected. It was like a punch in the gut. She is comfortable, still eating and drinking and using her box but she is on antibiotics for an infection and we know that time is precious now for her. She is sitting on my lap at the computer as I type this and I am comforted by her purrs. She was born in 1986 and is the oldest cat our Vet has cared for. They are all very fond of Ginny at the clinic. Please put out good thoughts for her. We love her, dearly.