Saturn was surrendered into the care of the BC SPCA Abbotsford Branch when her human family abandoned her. She was quite a young kitten still and was looked after quite closely for some time before going into foster care.
Her foster mum fell in love with her and eventually ended up making it official and formally adopted Saturn, who she has now renamed Kiya or Squeaker.
Since I adopted Saturn (now named Kiya or Squeaker) everything seems back to normal in the house. I adopted her a few months after my 21 year old cat Buttons died on May 15, 2011. When she died, there was this empty feeling and it was very weird not having a cat in the house after having one for so long.
Nothing felt right and I missed getting greeted at the door when I would have a bad day at work. Buttons would always cheer me up. Now Squeaker cheers me up when I get home from work. She got the nick name Squeaker because when I first brought her home her meow sounded more like a squeak.
She has developed this little quirk of her own. She paws around her dish like she is cleaning the area around it. I can't figure out why she does this but it's cute. Buttons had never done this. Squeaker also is learning to talk to us too. She has a lot of energy and she funny too.
One of her favorite things to do is lie on a blanket and make biscuts and she purrs while she does it. As I am typing this email, she is lying on her favorite blanket with her head resting on my arm. I couldn't be happier with her. I am thinking about getting a companion for her but not right now.
It sounds like Kiya/Squeaker has made her house a home and is thoroughly enjoying her new life with her wonderful mum. We couldn’t be happier knowing how they have meshed their lives together. Thank you so much for making adoption your first option.
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