In honor of this weekend’s holiday, I’m doing an update adoption post about Zen. This Wisher is SO sweet and SUCH a lover that she is the perfect kitty to highlight for Valentine’s Day. AND – this post has a video!!! You just can’t imagine how much hugging and purring Zen offers unless you see it in person. But a video at least gives you a small idea of what a lover kitty this gal truly is.
When Zen arrived on my deck last Fall, she was very thin, flea-infested, and her feet were chewed raw. She recovered physically and I discovered two prominent things about her. One, she does not care much for other cats. And two, she is one of the most loving cats (to humans) I’ve EVER had here at Winnie’s Wish.
I did an "adoption post" about Zen last October. Not alot has changed since that time. So if you are reading this because you are considering adopting Zen, I hope you will click here and read that October post. The reason I’m doing another post today is because Zen doesn’t look exactly the same as she did three or four months ago. She came to me way too thin and slowly began to put on a little weight. Well, Zen has put on quite a bit of weight now and actually looks like a different cat. So a couple of updated pictures were in order. ALSO – I’ve been wanting to post a video of just how loving Zen truly is, but I tried several times and couldn’t hold the camera and Zen and get the video all at the same time. A week or so ago Older Daughter came with me to the cathouse and recorded a quick video of Zen dripping her lovey self all over me. I receive this kind of affection from Zen EVERY day. And she does this with anybody else who steps into that cathouse, too. So if you are somebody who is looking for an instant loving companion, and you are OK with having just one cat, Zen is your girl. Take a look at her in action.
(Before you watch the video – this cracked me up. The wind was howling that day. After Older Daughter helped me get the video, I went to the house and downloaded it. The first time I watched it I was so consumed with whether or not we’d captured Zen’s personality that I didn’t notice . . . my hair. The second time through – there it was. The back of my head. The wind had blown my hair into a giant rat’s nest in the back. Ha. Lovely.)
Oh, and don’t forget. Zen has one of the cutest physical qualities I’ve ever seen. She has a tiny little beard – look closely.
Have a great weekend!