Mama Cat has had a rough life. Living on the streets as a single mom wasn't easy. Rainy, cold nights and running around looking for food was how she spent her days. The staff at East Valley Pet Hospital spotted her and wanted to befriend her. We brought her into the facility, tested her for FELV & FIV (which turned out negative) and she was spayed. Now she has found a wonderful home along the EVPH family.
Well-fed, loved, and taken care of, she has now known just what love and compassion can do for a street cat. Once in a while you will see her outside with her son, who like most teenagers, is a rebel. If you notice Mama Cat's ears you will see that, because she is a light-colored cat, she has a form of skin cancer but is being well taken care of. So if you stop in and would like to see this little fuzzy part of our East Valley Pet Hospital family, just ask, we'll bug her to come out and say Hi.