Cat Lost Her Ears - So The Shelter Made Her A New Pair
We worried that her adoption process may take longer since she looked a touch funny, so I decided to use my crochet skills to assist her to stand out ❤️️

Lady during a coat was found as a stray near Madison, Wisconsin, in early December and quickly delivered to Dane County Humane Society. As soon as she arrived, everyone at the shelter could see .that she was in pain, and immediately began trying to work out the way to help her

Our veterinarians gave her a radical exam and determined that she was affected by chronic ear infections and hematomas in both ears, Ash Collins, donor relations specialist at Dane County Humane Society, told The Dodo.

Due to the pain, she was in, it had been decided that the simplest thing to try to do would be to get rid of Lady’s ear flaps. While she recovered from her surgery, she stayed at the veterinarian's office, getting attention and love round the clock. As her pain went away and she or he began to listen to touch better, the sweet cat came out of her shell more and more every day, and once she was back at the shelter, everyone there fell head over heels for the earless cat, too.

Lady is such a sweet cat, Collins said. She likes to cuddle and provides head bumps, and our staff and volunteers enjoyed spending time together with her while she recovered.

Once Lady fully healed and was able to find her forever family, her new shelter friends were a touch worried that her lack of ears would daunt potential adopters. Lady remains so cute even without her ears, of course, but as Collins wondered if people would see that, she suddenly had the sweetest idea.

We worried that her adoption process may take longer since she looked a touch funny, so I made a decision to use my crochet skills to assist her to stand out with an adorable purple ear bonnet, Collins said.

As soon as Lady’s new ears were ready, Collins gently placed them on her head and snapped a couple of pictures, and therefore the reactions they got from the remainder of the planet were perfect.

Our staff and volunteers thought she was so adorable in her new ears, and that we have had many positive reactions from our supporters also, Collins said. Lady was adopted an equivalent day she was made available for adoption, because of her picture on Facebook together with her crocheted ears!

Lady was with great care cute in her photos, with and without her new ears, that somebody applied to adopt her directly, and she’s now happily settled into her new forever home. She’s already doing so well, and everybody is thrilled that the quirky cat got her very well-deserved happy ending.

I was happy to be a little a part of Lady’s second chance

Cat Lost Her Ears - So The Shelter Made Her A New Pair

Cat Lost Her Ears - So The Shelter Made Her A New Pair
We worried that her adoption process may take longer since she looked a touch funny, so I decided to use my crochet skills to assist her to stand out ❤️️

Lady during a coat was found as a stray near Madison, Wisconsin, in early December and quickly delivered to Dane County Humane Society. As soon as she arrived, everyone at the shelter could see .that she was in pain, and immediately began trying to work out the way to help her

Our veterinarians gave her a radical exam and determined that she was affected by chronic ear infections and hematomas in both ears, Ash Collins, donor relations specialist at Dane County Humane Society, told The Dodo.

Due to the pain, she was in, it had been decided that the simplest thing to try to do would be to get rid of Lady’s ear flaps. While she recovered from her surgery, she stayed at the veterinarian's office, getting attention and love round the clock. As her pain went away and she or he began to listen to touch better, the sweet cat came out of her shell more and more every day, and once she was back at the shelter, everyone there fell head over heels for the earless cat, too.

Lady is such a sweet cat, Collins said. She likes to cuddle and provides head bumps, and our staff and volunteers enjoyed spending time together with her while she recovered.

Once Lady fully healed and was able to find her forever family, her new shelter friends were a touch worried that her lack of ears would daunt potential adopters. Lady remains so cute even without her ears, of course, but as Collins wondered if people would see that, she suddenly had the sweetest idea.

We worried that her adoption process may take longer since she looked a touch funny, so I made a decision to use my crochet skills to assist her to stand out with an adorable purple ear bonnet, Collins said.

As soon as Lady’s new ears were ready, Collins gently placed them on her head and snapped a couple of pictures, and therefore the reactions they got from the remainder of the planet were perfect.

Our staff and volunteers thought she was so adorable in her new ears, and that we have had many positive reactions from our supporters also, Collins said. Lady was adopted an equivalent day she was made available for adoption, because of her picture on Facebook together with her crocheted ears!

Lady was with great care cute in her photos, with and without her new ears, that somebody applied to adopt her directly, and she’s now happily settled into her new forever home. She’s already doing so well, and everybody is thrilled that the quirky cat got her very well-deserved happy ending.

I was happy to be a little a part of Lady’s second chance

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