I originally picked up Freya intending to TNR (trap neuter release) her. She was so gentle, I didn't even need a trap - I merely picked her up, placed her in the carrier and brought her to the vet. Upon examination, it turned out that she was swollen with milk. She had given birth recently but no one had been suckling on her, which meant she was painfully swollen and the spay surgery could not be done.
Luckily, she was able to accept an orphan kitten who was born that day. She is now nursing him and taking amazing care of this tiny kitten who may have died otherwise.
Freya has big gorgeous and very expressive green eyes. She's gentle and I've never even heard her hiss. She is sweet and affectionate, and easily trusting of humans, even though they took her babies away more than once. She loves to wrap herself around your legs to say hello! Once the baby is weaned, Freya will be spayed before she goes to her forever home.
Freya also tested positive for FIV (feline immunodeficiency virus) which means that she has a weaker immune system than most. With that said, she has no symptoms at all, such as flu, diarrhea, swollen lymph nodes. She can still live with other cats without FIV without a problem, as long as they do not fight (FIV is transmissible by deep puncture wounds) or mate (which is not possible as long as everyone is spayed/neutered). It is not contagious through saliva, grooming or litter box.
We do have a short application process, and ask that adopters keep her an indoor cat as well as a lifelong family member. To learn more about us, please visit Allergic Rescuers KL on Facebook or @ allergic rescuers kl on Instagram. Thank you!