I adopted Narla when she was about 2-3 months old. Her first night at home, she was terrified and seemed more than half feral. With lots of patience, I slowly won her over. It is an amazing feeling, coming home to her standing at the door doing her best attempt at a meow. She sleeps in my bed every night, cuddles up whenever she can, and wants constant attention. She has helped my partner and I through some awful times, with her unconditional love and sassy attitude.
It breaks my heart, wondering how she wound up in a shelter, but I’m so grateful every day that she’s in our lives and that we get to be her family. She started life as a stray taken to a shelter. But that’s not her story. Her story is as a very loved cat who has overcome her beginnings, and is showing us every day that food allergies and feline idiopathic lower urinary tract disease will not stop her loving and living life.
Love you Narla

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