Are these cats any different from the normal cats that we are so comfortable in interacting?
Jenny : Despite having an amputed tail, Beetroot is a happy and carefree girl just like her roommates at fosterer’s place. She loves to cuddle with human and play with her kitty friends. She has since recovered and learnt her sense of balance after the amputation.
If you have a message that you would like to reach out to potential fosterers, what would it be?
Jenny : Cats who have disabilities because of an accident will recover and adjust well under an owner’s TLC and patience. These cats will use their other senses to help them cope instead. They can run, groom, play, purr just like a normal cat. It’s always a fulfilment and joy watching them recover and back at doing their normal daily routine. I hope potential cat owners can give these cats a chance to be adopted at furrever homes too
Did raising Beetroot taught you something on life?
Jenny : Beetroot had an injured tail and was squirming in pain whenever the vet examined her. Despite that, she was always purring loudly and cuddling up to human whenever we are near her. She also always has an eye for adventure despite her pain. Her strength and zest for life always touches and motivates me. It also teaches me about compassion and acceptance of any imperfections in my life.