Her name is Poopsie. I rescued her from the playground when she was about 2 months old last August 2018. She was injured, limping and bullied by a bunch of kids at the playground. Kids threw sticks and small rocks at her while adults chasing her with stick. I brought her to Vet for treatment, vaccination and spaying. I named her Poopsie because she pooped in my car on the way to the Vet. I kept her in my house while she was recovering from the surgery. I released her after she had recovered but kept coming back to my house. I provided a litter box for her so that she won't poop at other people's place. She has been around the neighbourhood for more than 1 year already. A handful of neighbours complained about her being entering their home and got their beloved car scratched. In September 2019, she suddenly disappeared. I was so worried about her and kept looking for her. In early October, I consulted a Psychic Master to try my luck if I could find her. He could pin the location of the cat on the map which is about 5km away from my house. So, I keep an eye whenever I was around that area. In Mid October 2019, I really found her in that area. So, I brought her to the vet for checkup. A bit terrified and skinny but still healthy. The vet said it's very unlikely a domestic cat will wander that far away. She was probably got kidnapped and dumped there.
Worrying that neighbour will complain about her again I try to keep her inside the house. I have 2 dogs at home i.e 1 mini Poodle and 1 German Shepherd. She can mix and even slept next to the Poodle but my German Shepherd can't accept her in the house. She can mix and play well with another stray cat in the neighbourhood too. Although reluctant to let her go for adoption, but getting a suitable and comfy home for her is the priority. She is spayed and her vaccination is still up to date (due November 2019). She is toilet trained and will look for litter box to pee and poo.
Her color is actually Tortoiseshell, which is a rare colour and pattern for a cat and this kind of colour and pattern is almost exclusively female. It is even rarer to find a male Tortoiseshell cat. Tortoiseshell cats are believe to bring luck to the household that keep them.