Sammie’s Tail Part 11
Happy 4th of July & Happy Canada Day (July 1)
I wonder about Sammie’s story as this is her story, but I can’t fill in all the blanks for her. I know people don’t like black cats, but not sure if this was the reason. Was it her bad eye, they didn’t want a cat with a runny blind bad eye. Such a loving cat left on her own. Also being a purebred or almost purebred Bombay cat, the only black cat breed that someone paid for her and still she was left on her own. So many like her.
We also started to visit pet stores like MuttsandButts, Petco, Petsmart and places like North Shore Animal league and other shelters and rescue places here and there and the cats want love so much and may be waiting months to be adopted, just because they are not kittens. I knew I may be allergic to cats as I always seemed to sneeze around them, so this was a perfect scenario to have Sammie outside. Sammie has so much to offer.
I would check with my friend Margaret, about how she did things, ask people in the rescue places and try to learn a bit more.
Continuing to know Sammie better. As time went on, she loved to be pet. She began head butting me for more petting and was very affectionate. She was very very soft and felt different than other cats I had pet before. Her fur was more compact, felt very soft and different than other cats. At this time we did not know she was a Bombay cat. That comes later.
I could even pet her behind her ears also. I felt a funny bump behind her ear. I was anxious for her appointment with the town to get neutered to find out what that was and to know more about her.
We continued to enjoy her, hanging outside in my backyard with her. She used her house sometimes.