Nancy, foster mom of Bonnie, took the 12-year-old into her home and fell hard and fast, deciding to adopt this sweet girl.
When Bonnie’s guardian became unable to care for her, Golden Oldies brought her into the program. Her guardian had had her since she was 9 months old. Nancy offered to foster and it turned out to be a rough first few weeks for the pair. The day after Bonnie arrived at her foster home, a visit to the emergency vet discovered a bladder stone. The stone was surgically removed a few days later, and Bonnie spent the next few weeks recuperating. Nancy adopted her soon after.
“I am SO, SO, SO happy that Nancy decided to adopt Bonnie,” said Bonnie’s former guardian’s daughter. “Nancy is a wonderful person, and Bonnie is a wonderful cat, so it’s a perfect match! Although mom has a hard time remembering this now, she was truly grateful and relieved to know Bonnie was safe and well loved. And to be truthful, it was VERY hard for me to let Bonnie go. But I know she deserves more time and a better life than I can provide. Knowing she is with someone who will continue to give her love and companionship is the balm on my heart.
“I am forever grateful to Golden Oldies any everyone there that provided assistance and hand holding and nerve calming from my first call until now. Also, my sincerest thanks to all of the GO followers for every single dollar donated to help this sweet cat get through her medical issues. Twice adopted it seems Bonnie is one lucky cat! And in the end, I got to see that there are lots of good people all around us. So I guess I owe Bonnie a thank you too.”
Bonnie loves to chase string and be “broom groomed.” She also is very affectionate and loves to purr and give head butts and Eskimo kisses.