Friday, April 21, 2017

Former Foster Friday: Melia, Lily, Rose, and Max


I was on Facebook earlier this week when my page received a message of this kitty photo.


It is a beautiful kitty but I didn't recognize who sent it to me so I was a little confused as to why it was sent to me until Chrissy sent me another message letting me know that this was Elie that I fostered last year. The little kitten who was missing a foot.


Chrissy let me know that Elie was now Melia and was doing very well. She loves her older sister "Lexi" and even helped teach her how to play since Lexi was feral and never really understood play. This made so happy as when this group of fosters showed up they were so fearful they were completely unwilling to play too. Since I am in contact with Melia's sisters Rose and Lily (formerly Corrie) and their brother Max was adopted by a co-worker of my husband, I thought I would share photos of them too.

This is what they looked like then:


Now: Melia

I asked Chrissy about Melia's foot, and she said she is doing really well, only occasionally acting like it bothers her a bit and then recovering quickly. I was so happy to get the update, she totally made my day.

Then I bugged Julie about Lily (formerly Corrie) and Rose.


Lily is about three pounds heavier than her sister Rose. If you remember, Lily was the one who had a reaction to the sedation when they were neutered. She recovered quite a bit while she was still here but was still a bit unsteady on her feet when she went home with Julie and her husband. Over the next few weeks, she continued to improve to the point that she no longer has any symptoms. I was very fortunate that Julie allowed me to become friends with her on Facebook and so I get to see photos of them quite regularly. I was so worried about the both of them prior to the incident with their spay because they were quite reluctant to let go of their fearful nature, but they have blossomed into beautiful kitties.

I occasionally get a little bit of news on Max as my husband and Joe used to chat about him, but I haven't heard much in a while. Joe loves Max a lot and he is quite happy.


11 comments:

  1. It's so awesome to see these fosters all grown up and thriving!

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  2. Awww that is so lovely to see all happy endings,xx Rachel

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  3. It's always good to see what the graduating classes are up to now! Such cuties they all are.

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  4. Surprise updates are the best! Just makes you feel warm all over. They're all gorgeous and look very happy.

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  5. It's great that you can get updates and see how they're doing. Ellie still has those big eyes, squee!

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  6. what a bunch of cuties!!! Love to see them thriving and growing up!

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  7. YAY! Happy kitties, and happy humans. You probably get all choked up, but then try to hide the emotions, don't you?

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  8. It's heartwarming to see former fosters grown up and doing so well, especially when they had rough starts.

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  9. Nice to see them thriving in their forever homes.

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  10. It must be wonderful to see how your fosters are doing!

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