Meet Yoda. I found her outside my granny’s home In front of the gate. Not wanting to move for many days and looking like it was going to die. It didn’t eat much either. However one day I had to really move her but didn’t dare to touch her and that’s when she interacted. Since then she’s been the most loving cat. She adapted fast to the house, we didn’t need to litter train her as she got it instantly. She also loves following up around the house. We brought her in and took her to the vet. The vet thinks she is about 3 years old, she’s about 2kg now. She was much less before. She’s not scared or shy, she’s gentle, and really loves to touch. Currently she is waiting for her next vaccination and go get spayed. Her first bath time was ok, she was scared but was gentle with me. I travel often so I can’t give her the consistency she needs. The vet says she has leukaemia, but we will be testing again as the line was faint, but we consider it as positive. So she can’t be with other cats.
I’m happy to let her go along with all the food and things that are for her. She eats really well if I may say. And I’ve brought her often to the vet when I had just taken her in as she had a really weak immunity.