Honey used to live at the train station near my house, she was fed by the workers at 7 eleven and greeted passers as they came and went.
However, one day, we started to notice that she became very scared of people and had bald patches on her so we thought she was being abused and decided to take her for a checkup.
There, the vet gave us medication for her bald patches which were a bacteria infection. Then we started to notice that she was very fat so we thought she was pregnant and decided to take her for an ultra sound, there the vet concluded that it could be a cyst or a fetus and advised us to spay her just in case. So we took her for neutering and it turned out to be 3 kittens that we decided to abort. She has since recovered from the surgery and has had her stitches taken out.
She has adapted to being a house pet very quickly. She has a very manja character and responds to her name Honey. She is litter trained and uses a hooded litter box. She eats RC kibble twice a day, morning and night. She doesnâ€™t mind warm low pressure showers which is another plus. She doesnâ€™t meow much and has never scratched or bitten anyone. She sleeps most of the day under the couch, in corners or on her cat tree so she is perfect if you have a busy schedule. She does like to exercise her paws on her cat tree so you donâ€™t have to worry about your furniture being ruined. She also doesnâ€™t disturb you while you eat which is a trait that I have seen in most stray cats. She is also very fluffy, so she is not for you if you have allergies. She doesnâ€™t get along with my dogs but tolerates them. She loves to follow you around the house and sleep on your lap. She is also a natural pest killer and likes to kill flies and cockroaches. She loves to be pet, carried and cuddled. She looks like a mix Maine Coon and Persian because of her tortoiseshell long fur, big bone structure and flat face.
Please keep in mind having a pet takes lots of time, care and itâ€™s not cheap!
You need to consider the time you will take out of your schedule for her daily feeding, cleaning of the litter box, weekly showers and grooming.
Things you will need to buy:-
1. A carrier (RM 50+) (to transport her from my house and for future trips to the vet, I recommend buying second hand as itâ€™s cheaper and you save the environment)
2. Monthly litter and food (RM 50+)
3. You will also need to take her for her remaining 2 vaccines.
My only conditions for the future adopters:-
1. Be willing to pay the adoption fee (non returnable and non negotiable as it has already been subsidized)
2. Be willing to take her for her remaining vaccines and buy the items mentioned above
3. Keep her uncaged, indoor/outdoor cat depends on you but make sure she is safe and knows her way home
So just a recap of what the adoption fee includes: the medical fees for her bald patches and ultrasound. The cost of her neutering, deworming, 1st vaccine and deflea. Her covered litter box, food bowl, collar and cat tree.
I know it is a big sum but just remember that you are rescuing a stray cat instead of spending that money on a pedigree cat from a pet store/ breeder. We have not included the cost of her food and the time we spend caring for her so please do not negotiate.
If you are very interested, WhatsApp message me, calls will be ignored!!
Ps. Please do not waste my time, only for serious adopters!!!!!!