Heard Lilo from under a car in an open air carpark. It took us multiple tries to gain her trust. She would just scream until we put food under the car and walked away and scurry back into the engine if we came close. There are dogs in this area as well and we have no clue how she's survived this long on her own. Once we succeeded in catching her she was vetted at the vet and she immediately showed her sweet side. She's dewormed/deflead and has had her first vaccination and is now fostered indoors. She doesn't have a fierce bone in her body altho she pretends to. She hisses when frightened but is slow to scratch. She loves being carressed and cuddled and babied. I can't imagine how scary the world is when you spend the first 2 months of life hungry, alone, around loud cars and dogs, but despite all that Lilo has so much love to give. Very happy to connect her with a family who will love her back.