My name is Olive. I am 5 years old. I was born in July of 2015. I was found in a field as a kitten with my sister and somehow ended up at a Pet Co where I met my parents. They introduced me to the greatest friend I have ever had, a very sweet and independent black cat named Toothless. She took care of me like a mother cat would, and shortly after I moved in, Toothless gave birth to 4 beautiful kittens. Only one of them stayed with us and her name is Snow. I helped Toothless take care of her like she was my own kitten. Sadly, Toothless left us when I was only a year old and it broke my mothers heart so much that we were never able to put all the peaces back together. She was her Emotional Support Animal and my very best friend. It also broke me, and I developed separation anxiety. But I had a job to do. I could not let Toothless down. I took over as the mamma cat for Snow and a couple of years later, both Snow and I became my moms new Emotional Support Animals. We have a big job to do. We are there when mom needs us most. We make her happy and give her reasons to get up in the mornings and in return, she is there for me when I am missing Toothless the most. My parents have loved us unconditionally our whole lives which is why it makes this situation so difficult. My parents have been struggling to make ends meet since this horrible pandemic began and now that they have a baby of their own, they go without eating some days to make sure there is food for us and the baby. My mom has been holding on to us all year and finding food for us when we run out. She has been doing everything she can to keep us happy, fed, and safe but she said she is only being selfish. She said it is time to stop thinking about her self and start thinking about us. She can no longer afford to care for us so we need to go live with a family that can. I just hope that who ever can take me can also take Snow because I made a promise to Toothless to always look out for her. She is all I have left and I don’t want to lose her either.
Please consider us and we hope to hear from someone soon.
Thank you with all of our braking hearts.