Fiona
Adopted
ID# C-08-084R

13 year old • Female

All About Me

Fiona is a lovely patchwork of black and white. Can you resist her black teardrop nose?

Fiona is a LOVE, who has spent way too long in foster care without a person of her very own. Fiona has grown from the tiny baby shown here to a lovely adult kitty, who shows nothing but affection to her foster mom and her orange tabby foster brother George. Fiona's favorite spot is in the crook of her foster mom's knee, and the greeting "Watcha doin' Fiona?" quickly brings her over for a long purring session of head butting and chin scratching. Fiona has the softest white cheek fur, and her foster mom can't resist rubbing her own cheek against it. At 1 year old, Fiona is full grown with a lot of kitten playfulness, and playing comes second only to exploring. She is certain there's something exciting hiding in every new bag that comes into the house.

Click here to see a reverse-chronological slideshow of Fiona's foster care story. She has been such a joy from day 1 until now.

My Details
Likes Cats Yes
Likes Dogs Unknown
Likes Young Kids Unknown

History

As you can tell from this picture of tiny Fiona, this girl has had a long row in foster care. She came to us as a happy baby with her mama at just 5 weeks old. Like most outgoing kittens, she was adopted quickly, but she was returned as a leggy teenager after the she developed a habit of occasionally pooping in the bathtub. We don't know why this habit developed, but Fiona was clearly stressed in her adoptive home. Now Fiona is happy as a clam to be settled back into her foster home, and her less-than-desirable habit is getting better. Fiona will nonetheless need a very special person to adopt her. This is a minor problem since the bathtub is easy to clean and it does no damage to the house, but it will take the right person to love Fiona, quirks and all. Fiona and her new person might be happiest if Fiona had access to a safe indoor/outdoor lifestyle as a way to provide Fiona with a more appropriate "bathtub".

2019-05-22T11:26:25-04:00