Lily was born on April 7th to a sweet kitty named Jordan. Jordan had come into the shelter a month before and no one knew she was pregnant. She came down with a cold and was vaccinated and medicated, and she still wasn’t feeling well so they sent her to a vet to find out what was wrong; which is when they found out she was pregnant so she went into foster care. While she delivered three happy and healthy babies, she was unable to produce much milk and as a result her kittens were bottle fed.
Jordan was an incredibly social cat and she passed that on to her kittens. Lily loves attention, but she also LOVES to play. Another trait passed on was an immune system that isn’t ideal. While she was never “sick” he had a hard time fighting off some internal parasites. It is also believed that she might have a sensitive digestive system and would do best on a grain free diet (dry food was provided at all times, but she did not eat it, and would vomit it up if she did) Lily has a tendency to vomit a bit more often then most kittens, but it is believed that a grain free diet will help her. While in foster care she ate what was available, which wasn’t always the best food.
Lily is a polydactyl kitty. She has some extra toes that will need tending so they don’t over grow and cause her problems. She has great manners, is socially outgoing and uses the litter box well. Lily is pretty much what you get when you think of a happy kitty.