Starr had a rough beginning. She was part of a cruel program called 'Catch and Release.' She was spayed at a young age and then thrown to the streets unhealed and forced to survive. She found my young son at the bus stop one cold winter morning and was skin and bones. We took her in and she was severely dehydrated, malnourished, and full of infection. We took her to the vet immediately and put her on antibiotics. She was slow to warm up to the other cats and people but is thriving now and is the sweetest cat you could have in your home. She still tends to hide when new people come in the home but it doesn't last long. She deserves a good home with someone to love on her like we do.