I met Geisha, briefly, at the Volunteer Centre. She’d been brought in with a recent group of Project Velcro cats and was waiting to be picked up by her foster parent. You couldn’t help but notice her. Most of the PV cats were marching up and down in their cages, begging for attention. Geisha — who is very pretty — just sat there with her head bowed and tilted. She clearly needed special help. Right on cue, in swept foster-extraordinaire Bea, who has created a specialty out of caring for some of the neediest foster cats we have. Read about Geisha (and Bea) here, where they’ve been featured by Toronto Cat Rescue.
(It was Bea who suggested putting two cages together when Molly had to go on cage rest.)