Adoption Fee: $100
Livonia: ~ 2 year old spayed female, $100
I was late-stage pregnant and transported from Oklahoma. CKC saved me
from a kill list and my arrival in Colorado on July 8 was such a relief! My foster parents immediately
found the wounds on my neck, head and throat and began helping me heal. I wasn’t able to tell them what happened, but they just kept working hard to spoil me. When they found the knot in my chest and learned I had been shot by a BB gun and the pellet is still embedded there. I cannot meow like a normal kitty; I croak like a frog, but from all they’ve seen my foster parents think it’s probably from my injuries in Oklahoma. I’ve been through quite a lot. Even with all I’ve been through, I’m really sweet. Never once have I run from my foster mom & dad. I have never hissed or swatted at them—Not once. I’ve been calm and sweet and gentle. On July 14, I gave birth to five kittens and I was a terrific, patient mom. I like to sit on my foster dad’s lap for extra loves. Although my past should have made me fearful and mean, I’m sweet and calm and can’t wait to find my forever family that promises to take really good care of me and it would be okay if I even got a little spoiled too.
Final note: Livvy came to us with no records, no name, no information. As fosters, we pick names from
the states and for this group we are on Louisiana. We found the name Livonia….and for us we saw, “Liv on” and thought—Live On—yes, she lives on! She survived the kill list, she survived and attack, she survived being shot and she Lives On—Hence Livonia. We know her forever family will find the perfect
name for her new life, but we wanted to share more about this unique and special name while she was with us in foster care.
Apply at cokittycoalition.com to meet her in Ault!