Agapi was the only survivor of a mass poisoning of cats in Pangrati, and Miranda was found on the streets painfully thin, parasite-infested, and barely able to walk. Now, the girls both live with adopter/foster mum Linda – and their adoptive ‘brother’ James.
With delicate little white feet, our calico kitten Agapi has the childlike grace of a budding ballerina. Adopted only a month ago, Agapi radiates confidence. She is very loveable and makes adorable chortling noises to announce her entrance into every room. She is now named Poppy and is every bit the lovely little flower.
Miranda, our little black kitten, had more health issues than any little kitten should, but nevertheless is the sweetest and happiest little thing you could ever meet. Even with her bad legs, she manages to scoot across my flat as swift as a shadow, so I began to call her Shadow Cat. She is a fine match for my handsome adopted older male kitten, James, who is very beautiful, with a dark suit and white tie, as well as white gloves, giving him the look of a butler! However, he plays like a tiger, so little Shadow Cat has learned to keep him at bay with her fierce growl. They play together amazingly well, for despite all her health problems, Shadow Cat is extremely playful and endearing. I was supposed to only foster her until she was healthy, but I can’t help but want to keep her.