Late one night, a little cat named Teddy was discovered, sitting in a ditch, frail and abandoned. Her coat was dirty and matted, her spirits were low, and she was far from well. It was a heartbreaking sight, but little did Teddy know that her story was about to take a beautiful turn.
Despite the dire circumstances, hope still flickered for Teddy. She had a microchip, and it held the key to her identity. However, when her chip was scanned, the information provided led to a dead end. The world she once knew had changed, but her spirit remained unbroken. Her name was Teddy, and she was 11 years old.
When Teddy found her way to FFL, her condition raised concerns. She was diagnosed with “Megacolon,” likely the result of untreated constipation. But with each passing day, her strength grew, and she began to heal. Teddy has been under our care for over a year now, and with the dedication of our team, she’s managed with twice-a-day medication. Her resilience is nothing short of extraordinary.
One thing you should know about Teddy is that she’s not just a survivor; she’s a lover. Teddy is a true lap cat, adoring the warmth and attention of her human. There’s a gentle spark in her eyes when she’s being pampered, a testament to her appreciation for love.
While Teddy is content with her own company, she can coexist with other cats, as long as it’s on her terms. She appreciates her personal space but wouldn’t mind a feline friend who understands her need for autonomy.
Teddy’s journey has been one of heartache and healing, of resilience and love. She’s shown us the incredible strength that lies within, and now she’s ready for the next chapter of her life—a chapter filled with love, care, and the warmth of a forever home.