Saturday, February 12, 2011
Take a close look and you may see that I am a prize and a treasure.
We rescued Lottery from a parking lot. She had been dumped in a container without food or water. Thankfully one of our volunteers happened to be walking by and heard her cries.
She had a golf ball-sized tumor on her hip. An exceptionally compassionate donor stepped up for her and covered the cost of her surgery to have it removed. She has healed beautifully (and there is almost no sign now that it had ever been there).
Lottery is a darling dilute calico (blue, cream, and white), shorthair, spayed girl, about 9 years of age, with eyes that plead for understanding.
While she adores people, she is not so fond of other cats, and may do best as the only feline in the home.
Please visit Nevada SPCA's free-roaming Cat Condo playrooms and ask for Lottery by name.