Domestic Short Hair : : Female
Hi Everyone! My name is Diana. I was born outside and brought to King Street Cats by a very nice person who knew KSC would find me a perfect forever home. I was sent to live in one of KSC’s foster homes shortly after I arrived as I was just two months old and tested positive for feline leukemia (FeLV). My foster mom was hopeful that as I got older I would shed the virus. Unfortunately, when I was retested a few months later I was still positive. I am very heathy and am being well taken care of in my foster home, where I will stay while waiting for my forever home. My foster mom has added some information about feline leukemia below.
I am a sweet torbie girl. My foster mom says I am beautiful. My eyes didn’t fully form when I was little so I am also blind. But it doesn’t stop me from chasing toys, running up and down the stairs, and always knowing where to find my foster mom. I get around perfectly fine and know exactly where everything is. I have become quite a lap cat, especially when foster mom is on a conference call for work! I sit by her chair and tap her leg so she will pick me up and put me in her lap. If she ignores me I have found a way to climb on the table and make sure she knows I want attention! I also love to have my cheeks scratched. My foster mom picks me up all the time to give me kisses. Don’t tell her but I like when she does that!
I would be purrfectly content to be your one and only kitty as I LOVE to have all the attention to myself.
The following link is from the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine website and provides information about FeLV in cats.
More about Diana (FeLV+ and blind)
Is Not Good with Dogs, Not Good with Cats, Is Not Good with Kids, Likes to play with toys, Likes to be in your lap, Playful, Affectionate
Video of Diana (FeLV+ and blind):