Ansel Our Foster Cat For the Day

Ansel Our Foster Cat For the Day

Ansel was our foster cat for the day. We had first discovered him as a stray on Buford Hwy. He was really friendly and pretty much acted like a dog. He followed us around, asking to be pet and loved on. As much as I wanted to take him back with me to California, I knew it wasn’t reasonable. We decided he would be better taken care of at Furkids where he can get his necessary shots and get neutered before finding a permanent home.

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Before our appointment at Furkids, we took him home to my parents for the night. I named him Ansel, not to be confused with Ansel Adams, because it meant nobleman’s follower. Had he not been such a good follower, I would have never thought to take him home. We gave him a flea bath and let him play. He would run around, playing with random objects as kittens do, and after he tired himself out, he would fall asleep on my lap.

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Because he loves being around people so much, I doubt it will take long before someone will take him home. When we took him to the shelter, they told me it’s unlikely that he’s always been a stray cat. They figure someone had raised him in a home and then dumped him when they didn’t want to take care of him anymore.

I had no idea I could get so attached to this little creature after only being with him for one day. I miss him. If you want to adopt a friendly orange tabby, you can contact Furkids. I’m sure they have given him a different name by now. But you can probably find him by the date we surrendered him to the shelter, Aug 15, and location in Dekalb County. I would LOVE if someone I knew adopted him so that I can come visit every once in a while! ;)

Are you an animal lover? Have you ever fostered a kitten or a puppy before?

xoxo estherJacob

This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. the cat is cute.
    but am i the only one who noticed Halmoni’s slippers?
    Halmoni is cuter. =)

    1. haha and i wanted those too! she was going to give them to me.. but i decided she should keep them :P

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