Update September 3, 2020: Maya is starting her one week trial with her adopter today. We are ecstatic and are hopeful everything will turn out great. We will update status again in a week'so time.
Maya is rather lucky in some ways. She was a stray in a neighbourhood that seemed to somewhat tolerate strays where there were feeders who fed her everyday. But before the feeders could spay her, she got pregnant. She delivered 3 babies during MCO. No one could take them in so they put her kittens and her in a make shift carrier and put them within a covered compound in a dumpster area to sheild them from rain, sun and a phython that has been seen around the area but have yet to be caught. That's when I found them. That was in May this year.
One of her kittens had been adopted while the other two QT and GG are still looking for someone to shower them with loads of love and guide them to discover the wide wide world.
Maya was only about 7 months when she became a mummy, very much a kitten herself. She has now been spayed and still sayang her kittens but they are catching up in size with her. So when they play together it's like they are all equal:) Maya is very playful and extremely cheeky. She is full of tricks. Love to run around, climb trees (she would just climb up to about one meter or so only). She is very friendly to other cats and love to 'kacau' them. Her best friend is Mummy Sue. She has a short tail that is kinda weird. I actually asked the vet if someone chopped it off but vet says no la. She will make a great companion and will keep you on your toes. You should already have other cats for her to play with or you have intention to adopt other cats to keep her company.