Lady is a sweet tabby cat who was rescued from a feral cat colony several years ago. Even though she often has a resting “grump” face, she is very gentle and loving. Lady lived in a field with a dozen or more other cats for the first few years of her life. There she was fed by a woman in a nearby home. After the woman’s house was sold, Helping Hands for Animals, took over care of the cats and began to re-home them. Lady has a tipped ear from her feral days (signifying that she had been spayed and released). She now lives in a loving home with a younger cat, Frank, who she loves to mother.
To learn more about Helping Hands for Animals, check out their website.
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