First ‘Love Is Blind’ Adoptee Sends Update!
Adoption update: Phyllis was one of the first cats to be adopted during our Love is Blind adoption campaign in April of 2020. Phyllis came to us last spring as a stray. She had scratches on her face from a recent scrape from living life on the streets. While in recovery, she impressed the staff with her sweet and affectionate nature, which is rare for a feral cat to display. Phyllis also tested positive for FIV (feline immunodeficiency virus). Although a cat with FIV can still live a full and happy life, we knew she would need to go to a single cat home.Nicoletta and Francie first saw Phyllis as a picture on our website. Because of Covid-19, the FKSPCA shelter was closed to visitors and potential adopters could “meet” the cats through their photos on our adoption website. After speaking with an adoption counselor, Nicoletta and Francie decided to go forward with the adoption and came by the shelter to take Phyllis home. Since her first arrival in their home, Phyllis has become an integral part of the family. Nicoletta and Francie report that she is doing amazing. They love her so much, and she is the happiest she can be.
To bring home your own furry bundle of joy through our Love is Blind campaign, visit fkspca.org/adopt/ to see all of our available animals, click on the photo of the animal you are interested in adopting, fill out the online adoption questionnaire and an adoption counselor will contact you. If it’s a match, we will arrange a curbside pick up of your new pet and you can do the big reveal at home! Thank you for adopting!