Yeagermin’s story is bittersweet. About 9 years ago she was rescued as a 2-week-old bottle feeder, then given proper care until she was old enough to be spayed. She got adopted and we thought lived happily ever after.
Recently, she was found feeding at a feral cat feeding station. She was rescued and unbeknownst to the rescuers of Friends for Life (the original shelter she was adopted from) the kitty’s microchip revealed that it was Yeagermin a kitty adopted out nine years ago.
Poor Yeagermin was emaciated and all alone. She is now a well fed happy girl with a gorgeous, soft coat. She seems to do fine with other kitties, though it is unsure of her tolerance of dogs.
Yeagermin is altered, FELV/FIV negative, microchipped, and current with vaccinations.
To inquire about Yeagermin, contact Friends for Life at (480) 497-8296 or visit them online at www.azfriends.org where you can see more pictures of beautiful Yeagermin.