You are now entering Queenie's quarters:
We decided to foster Queenie because the shelter we volunteer at believed her to be pregnant. After she had been with us for about two weeks with no increase in her belly size, we decided to take her to the vet. It turned out that she is not pregnant after all - which of course is a GOOD thing! This is especially so since the people who brought her to the shelter also had several kittens with them she had just had :/ If only people would spay and neuter their pets, it would make such a BIG difference!!!
I have put Queenie on Petfinder and set up her spay appointment. I am so attached to this beautiful, sweet cat that LOVES to talk. She will make someone a wonderful companion!
Fostering is difficult because you do get so attached to them, but it does make a difference. We weren't able to foster during Coco's illness, but beginning to again a few months ago has helped fill the hole left in my heart by Coco's passing.