Calla was abandoned and left to fend for herself on the streets of Parksville. When she was found, she was brought to the Parksville-Qualicum Beach Branch of the BC SPCA on March 8, 2010.
Her sweet and playful personality won over the hearts of staff and volunteers, and eventually that of her new loving new family. Calla was adopted on July 15, 2010 and her new guardians wrote to provide us with an update on her progress.
Me and my Silly Callalilly.
I never thought I would be the type of person to adopt an older cat; however, love is love and it makes no exceptions.
I adopted Callalilly in the Summer of 2010 after falling in love with her crazy tactics at my local BC SPCA. Payday came and I knew exactly how I wanted to spend my hard earned summer cash. I wanted to give this 2 year old kitty a second chance at life.
Adopting has been the best choice I have made so far. I love waking up to Calla curled up at my feet. I love how much joy she gets out of simple cat toys.
Most of all, I love the silly things she does like hunting down spiders she finds around the house or putting my dirty socks in her litter box. I am very glad I adopted Calla she brings light into my life in the most unusual ways.
I would also like to advise that when you are searching for a friend not to rule out the old ones, for everyone deserves to be loved. <3
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