Hazel was found outside a local kopitiam, wandering around and scared. Seeing that she was friendly towards people, she allowed me to approach her and I took her in to the vet for a check up.
Turns out, little Hazel had a bad case of skin bacterial infection, which was later sorted out with proper care and medications. The staffs at the clinic took a shine to Hazel the tortoiseshell kitten and would be so delighted each time she was brought over for inspections or boarding.
We kept Hazel until she had fully healed, got her vaccinated, checked for fleas, worms and everything else. She's got a clean bill of health although there's a bit of scar on the left side of her body, the remnants of the healing process.
Hazel is a darling who loves to snuggle on your lap and be with you wherever you are in the house. We could be watching TV, cooking in the kitchen...etc, Hazel would not be far.
We've trained her to know how to use the cat litter, eat at specific times, not to enter certain rooms, not to disturb while we are at the dining table, nor scratch the furnitures. She gets her regular cat food plus the occasional home-cooked fish or meat
Hazel is pretty much a fuss-free kitty who loves snuggles and pets. During her nap time, she'd find her own spot and sleep in peace. Whenever she knows she's going to do something she isn't allowed to do, she would meow to us as if asking for permission 😝 Hazel allows us to carry her like a baby and won't fuss (as long as we are gentle).
We'd love to find Hazel a good home and a loving family who would treat her like their own. Kindly drop me a message if you are genuinely interested.