Agatha was a stray in North Plymouth. A nice couple was feeding her all summer, and she gave birth to seven kittens about nine weeks ago. The man came in to the adoption center the day after Agatha had delivered her kittens to find out if we could help her. We agreed to help if he could continue to feed them (FPP supplied the food and litter) until they were a bit older. He kept them safe until they were six weeks old when he brought them to us to enter our foster care and adoption program.
The kittens have been in foster care for almost one month and are doing very well, but Agatha suffered a stroke about three weeks ago. We cannot thank Dr. Murphy at Pilgrim Animal Hospital enough for his compassion and willingness to help Agatha get through this ordeal. She stayed at the hospital so he could work with her and give her physical therapy.
Now, she’s back the Adoption Center, eating, using her box and walking around a little bit. She also can’t see very well.
Visit Agatha and all the other adoptable cats at the FPP Adoption Center in the Independence Mall, Online applications are available at www.friendsplymouthpound.org.