Hi, my name is Dani. I dream of being a movie star in a horror movie, maybe as a stereotypical omen of foreshadowing? Right now I am recovering from ringworm, which has left a bald spot on my beautiful nose. But this should soon grow back.
I am beautiful, silky soft, young lady. I am a super special colour called ‘smoke’. The top most part of my fur is black, while near the skin it is white. Because I am a scared hissy missy, I entered into a foster home to get more one on one time.
My foster mummy thinks my hissing is Oscar worthy! But I have never been able to method act, so no biting from me. I do get scared and accidentally scratch. I accidentally scratched my mummy's head when she was cleaning my bed, I was aiming for the scary fluffy thing – she called it hair! After she picks me up she squishes me and covers my head with kisses, I’m not a big fan but I let her do it.
As with everything my purr is a loud one, and I loovee kneading with my needle sharp feet. I get startled easily, and will sometimes go straight from purring to hissing. I still like to run away and play hide and seek, but once caught I am happy to sit with my foster mummy, and I am easy to catch at dinner time.
I’m still pretty young, so my foster mummy can’t say for sure what I will be like as an adult. That is the fun journey of adopting a teen, we get to discover that together.
I love to play with my cat foster brother, and he helps me feel more comfortable. There is also a cat foster grandmother I want to play with. But she hisses at me to leave her in peace and I ignore her. My foster mummy says that is both good and bad, since I don’t push my luck but also don’t run away. I would need a well supervised introduction to new furry family members. With my ringworm diagnosis I have to practice good hygiene and social distancing. Foster mummy says it’s easy for people at the moment since everyone is practicing it already.
Come meet me online in my foster home. Looking forward to playing with you in the future.
Meow for now,
Dani has been treated for ringworm by the Cat Haven shelter and veterinary teams. After several weeks of medical therapy, we have assessed her and determined that the ringworm lesions are resolved and that she has recovered from this disease. Unfortunately, even when the lesions have gone and test results are negative, there is a chance that ringworm spores could still be present on her fur, and therefore still pose a risk to other pets and humans.
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