If you have room, Parker is a really special cat with an amazing story who is with Friends of Feral Cheshire Cats because so many people responded to their plea for help with donations!
Earlier this summer, Parker was found after being abandoned at a local park. Once taken into foster care, it became clear that something was not quite right as she had a large lump on her belly. After a veterinarian exam, it was learned that she had a diaphragmatic hernia that required extensive surgery in order to close the pericardium that was not covering her heart.
Members of the community responded to a plea for donations to cover this major surgery. Parker came through the surgery and required a very quiet recovery time with little activity.
Fast forward to now and she is a spunky, sweet fun-loving little girl who would love a home with another cat and/or a dog. She is being fostered with both and loves the company of both dogs and cats. She loves to snuggle and run around the house with her toy mouse in her mouth. She is up to date with her vaccines and negative for feline leukemia and AIDS. She will be spayed at approx six to seven months of age at Animal Medical Care in Cheshire.
Parker recently received a clean bill of health from the surgeon who was pleased with how she has healed. No further surgery will be needed, aside from her spay. She is just your typical four-to five-month-old little girl looking to find her forever home.
To meet Parker, complete an application by going to www.feralct.org.