Thursday, February 6, 2014


What a beautiful little cat Ollie is.  She's quite small and very dainty but her long fur makes her look bigger than she is. When she was spayed in 2004 she only weighed 5 lbs.  I don't think she has gained any weight since, she's just a very small kitty. 

Ollie, one of my ferals,  has always been one of the first kitties to come out to greet me when I arrive to feed.  She won't let me touch her but if I have Temptation cat treats she will get very close to my hand as I pour the treats out for her.

Tuesday morning I saw some blood in the snow along with some pee and alarm bells went off.  Then I discovered a few more spots.  Because of the location I suspected Ollie was the kitty with the problem and I am now convinced she is the one in need of medical attention.

Arrangements have been made for the vet to see her when I can trap her but Ollie has not been seen since Tuesday morning and I am very, very concerned.  It is unusual for Ollie not to come out of the shelter within seconds of my arrival for both the a.m. and p.m. feedings.

I will return tomorrow with the trap and fingers crossed that she comes out for a bite to eat.  She needs to see the vet.   The thought of this beautiful little cat suffering alone in this cold unfriendly weather is crushing my heart.  Please little Ollie, come to me so I can get you the medical attention you need.  I love you baby girl.


  1. Good luck Connie. Hope things work out well for you and for Ollie. -- Liz

  2. Please keep us updated on precious Ollie! I pray that you get her and she gets the med help she needs! Now I'm worried..........

  3. I do hope you see Ollie soon and can help her hug hug hug