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It looks like a Sphinx cat.
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This is an out of date photo of Morgan, the cat with feline leukemia that I rescued in the fall of last year and found a home for with neighbors who rescued a cat that my husband and I adopted (Bart) a couple of years before. She's gained a lot more weight and her features are far more rounded. Because I was her savior, we bonded very quickly. She's quite a well-behaved, considerate, affectionate, and a very social kitty.
Because she's only two doors down from my apartment on my floor, I get to see Morgan every 4-7 weeks. My neighbor, the mom in the family, offered to let me see her this week.
It's always great to see Morgan, the miracle sweetie who was less than 24 hours from being euthanized if my neighbors hadn't adopted her. Morgan's family adores her, and she bonded immediately with her family members.
When I rescued her, one of the tests indicated that while she'd been exposed to the virus, her body was actively fighting it. The vet said that it would take 6 months for symptoms to appear, and it's been 6 months and she continues to be symptom free. Her life expectancy is about 5 years, and that's 5 years more than my husband and I could have given her in a household with 2 other cats.
Seeing her alive is such a joy.
I'm so lucky to have such big-hearted neighbors, especially people who understand how very sensitive she is to changes in her routine. They are taking great care of her.
I made at least one right decision in 2012.
I too had a rescue cat who eventually died last year after many years with me. We had a great time together and I think I took more satisfaction from giving a rescue cat a home than I could have if she hadn't been a rescue.....boy was she spoilt to make up for all the bad times!