If ever there was a sweet little feline who deserved a loving forever home of her own, it would be Kendra. There is no way to adequately describe how truly wonderful she is - but she does a good job of explaining her story...
Hi, I'm Kendra. I'm glad to be here telling you my story, and healthy enough to be able to do so. I want to first thank Almost Home Foundation for all they've done for me, my babies, and my friends. They are angels for saving us from a horrible situation we never could have escaped ourselves.
I was living in a place that was eventually determined to be a hoarder's. It was dirty, cramped, they couldn't take care of us. Food, clean water, clean litter boxes--didn't know what those were. I had my babies there, I tried to care for them the best I could. But with the way things were, it was too hard to avoid infections and we all became sick. My girlfriend Nacie and I were rescued by AHF, along with our babies and a couple other babies whose moms didn't make it. It was a godsend. We were well-cared-for, not to mention comfortable for the first time I could remember! Nacie and I were able to see our babies through kittenhood, everyone was given the food and medical care we needed to become healthy and strong, and we could look forward to having our own families to belong to.
Nacie and many of the babies have found their forever homes. I feel good having made sure they were taken care of and found families, so now I'm looking for mine. I want you to know that I'm a gentle girl, very tolerant and easygoing, and I love to give back. I'm so grateful just for the chance to be able to do so! I love getting petted, love hearing you talk to me, love hanging around with other cats. They tell me I was a super-mom with my babies and the ones who didn't have one; all I know is that I really loved them so I did what a mom should do! Now I would love to do what a beloved family pet would do. And be "home."
If you or someone you know have fallen in love with this black beauty, you can find her at Almost Home Foundation.
Kendra is fully vaccinated, spayed and microchipped, and waiting patiently for a home of her own.
photo credit: Purr Photography