Adoption Status: 
For Adoption
Needs Foster: 
Turkish Angora
3-6 years
Good with cats
Litter trained

Bonnie was found at a street close to Ewha University, Seoul.
I saw a post in Facebook where someone asked for urgent help to rescue Bonnie as she was in a very bad condition. After few days (in August) we were able to catch her and took her to a vet clinic. All of her teeth were rotten and therefore causing stomatitis that the vet decided to remove the teeth to prevent further infection. Her blood test has shown that she does not have any other health issue.

One lady told us that she was feeding the cat for few years, but based on her behavior I am sure that she has an experience how it is to live with a family. She is using the litter from the first day and is not destroying anything at my home. She is not against humans although it would take her some time to adjust herself to them. She likes to play but not able to touch her. She is a very beautiful girl, but marked from her awful days on the street.

One final thing, I'm not sure if Bonnie is spayed yet. I am happy to contribute to get her neutered (in case she isn’t) when she finds a nice new home.
Bonnie urgently needs a new home as she lives in a foster place with 2 dogs and another cat. This is very stressful for her. Best would be a home with max 1 other cat or even a place where she can live outside but has a place to get proper food, water and a place where she can find a good place to sleep.

Please help Bonnie to find her a lovely new home or foster family. This cute and beautiful kitten deserves a 2nd chance. I am sure, when you look into her crystal blue eyes, you will fall in love immediately.

Current Location: 
Location Status: 
In a home
Contact Name: 
Sandra Huber
Contact Email: