It’s not all been about re homing these last few weeks, though that has taken up a lot of time.
Osska continues to settle in. She’s fitted in surprisingly well, given that her previous human felt she wasn’t very good with other cats, and my residents aren’t exactly welcoming.
After only a few weeks she’s living as part of the residents group … and just occasionally I forget that she isn’t a resident. She’s started to go outside now because she saw the others going, and wanted to go too. She doesn’t go far from the house. This weekend she’s been scanned into the cat flap and has commenced her cat flap lessons.
Sadly she’s cursed with being black and white and therefore less desirable than other colours. If you can look beyond her coat you will see how pretty she is, and what a lovely natured little cat she is. She’s been kind to the kittens, loves to snuggle and is no trouble at all. If you think she might be the cat for you, please adopt her soon before she learns bad habits from my lot!