Sadly, we see cases like Piddy’s all the time. When her elderly owner passed away suddenly, nobody in the owner’s family was prepared to take her in. She spent some time in a shelter and was on the point of being euthanized, but fortunately she was able to come to Tabby’s Place instead. Piddy is a lovely girl, medium in size, with a somewhat dilute calico coat. It’s hard to classify, as she’s not really a dilute calico, but the colors in her coat aren’t full-strength, either. We haven’t seen many other calicos like her.
Understandably, Piddy has no idea what’s happened except that she was uprooted from a comfortable home situation. She seems somewhat depressed by this, but we have found that if you sit down and talk quietly to her, she starts kneading with her front paws. Clearly, she likes people, but right now she’s upset by all the rapid changes in her life. We think she’ll settle down once she understands that she’s in a safe place. We do know that she was an only cat, so we’re not sure how she’ll be around other felines.
Piddy has no health issues as far as we can determine. She was born in August of 2009. We know there’s a place for this girl in someone’s home; could it be yours?