We saw a sweet little 3 legged kitty on the website....and his image just stuck with me. We have a special needs child, so we felt a special needs kitty would fit right into our family.
When we met Ike he was very scared and timid. He wanted to hide in the back of his cage.
When his foster mother brought him to our house he immediately tried to hide. At first he was scared, wouldn't eat, and hid under the couch in our den.....slowly he came around.
He has become such a special part of our family. He is the most loving boy. He loves to be held like a baby and he will take all the kisses you have to give and he loves to give kisses back.
I feel he knows that he now has his forever home because he is at such ease. He is a lover and a rascal. He loves to run up and tackle our 2 female kitties....just to say hi. He loves to play. If it wasn't for his limp you would never know he only as 3 legs. He gets around as well as our other two kitties.
His foster mother did a wonderful job with him, as nobody really knows what happened to him before he came to HSOMC.
We are so happy that we took a chance on Ike.
Todd and Brenda Hartman