|*Foster return notes* 6/25/17 "Trinity absolutely loves to be around people and even follows us around like a puppy and greets us when we return home. She's confident, curious and finds comfort in every room of the house! Not much seems to rattle her including our two dogs. She's the ideal cat for someone who wants the companionship of a dog but the ease of a cat."
Trinitry was surrendered to Milo by a kindly veterinarian that chose to keep her alive when her owners were looking to euthanize.
Surrender notes: She is a 2.5 year old female spayed DMH/DLH
Trinity was dropped off at my vet clinic for euthanasia. She had very large lumps across her abdomen which a previous veterinarian had said may be cancer. When they continued to grow, the clients decided to have her put down.
I felt that the masses were more likely benign mammary hyperplasia, and she was acting very healthy and affectionate. So I called the owners and got permission to take care of her instead. The owners surrendered. I performed a flank spay (so you will not see an incision on the ventral abdomen) and within 2 weeks, the masses were gone and she was back to normal.
She's got a wonderful personality, although she is pretty nearly fearless, which can sometimes get her in trouble with new pets - she'll try to run and pounce at them and they may be scared off. She loves to be pet around the face/head/neck, but is touchy about her hind end and stomach. She is very passive about food, and will let others push her out of the way of the food bowl.
She gets along great with friendly cats, but can be a *pusher* when it comes to cats that are scared of her-- she'll keep testing what she can do, and annoy them. She eventually made peace with all of the cats around her, some more quickly than others, in my care.