Piper was not with us for long but for the time we had she made a huge impact on our lives.
Pipers fosters had this to say:
"Piper came into our lives when we were grieving the loss of our 18 yr old cat Luna. She was like a child to us. We weren't ready to adopt but needed a cat and Piper needed a home. From the beginning, she was brave, trusting, sweet and loving. We fell in love with her right away. She loved to knead in our laps and would go back and forth between me and my husband. She would knead like nobody's business and loved to take long naps on our laps. She loved to sleep by the fireplace and enjoyed her heated beds and sunny windows. She was very curious and jumped on the counter at 18 yrs old. She looked and acted much younger than her age. She brought such love and joy to our lives. After 2 short months she went into heart failure and needed to be euthanized. We were devastated and thought we'd have more time with her. We'll always cherish the time we had with her. We will always be connected by the love in our hearts. Until we meet again, sweet Piper. When a rescue cat that has been through trauma trusts and loves their foster human, it is the deepest connection of love and trust."
Our senior boy Benny never found his forever family, but we loved every moment that we shared with him. His foster mom fell in love with him, and as far as he was concerned he found his family.
Sweet Charlie suffered so much on the streets of niagara falls. We loved this senior girl and had hoped that we could make a difference. We did make a difference she knew love, warmth, and a comfy bed and a stress free life.
Lydia never found her forever family. She suffered when she was abandoned by her previous owners. When she came to us she had horrible skin issues, and severe dental disease. In the end she did find her home with her foster family who loved her unconditionally as did we.