29/10711: The latest news from Susanne: “Meretle and Roxy play catch. Mimi and the two babies have played PAW batting – Meretle sat in Roxy’s box and batted out, and Mimi was lurking in front and Roxy on the box. All had fun without claws, or hissing, ended up with nose kisses … played really nicely! : happy:
Maxes with Roxy and Meretle is also totally patient, even if Roxy is growling and attacking her tail – nothing!”
27/10/11: Today Susanne gave me feedback of little Roxy in Germany. On Sunday her foster home said that she was VERY sweet, which she is, but by Monday they had realised just what a feisty little character she is!! Apparently she is hissing like a dragon at all the big cats, who have quickly developed respect for this little madam. Meanwhile she follows Vivi around like a little dog. I knew they would love her! Actually Vivi already has an idea of the perfect home for her: “Let’s see if it works – keep your fingers crossed! Second cat for my baby, born May 31 last year – family lovely, with great old house, just such a garden, a little sassy cat – my Beni – and two lovely children, almost 5 and a half.” Here’s hoping!!!
22/10/11: Roxy hasn’t had to spend too long in my foster room here. She is already on her way to Germany, and I will miss her. She is adorable. I am however happy for her that she is going as she needs more people attention in a proper home, and I was not quite sure if Molly and Bugsy actually played with her, and Roxy is VERY playful. Now she will have a lovely foster Mum and one friendly own cat to play with while the girls look for her forever home. Enjoy her new photos from a few days ago. She is such a gorgeous little lady. I kept wanting to take her home with me!
Playful Little Girl
30/09/11: This beautiful, little, ‘red’ coyote girl is my latest foster cat here in Almerimar. She is one of a litter of 3 that was dumped by the Nautico restaurant last Friday morning. Unfortunately, by the time I got down there to rescue them, all 3 had disappeared. Roxy turned up later in the day under someone’s car. The same people had seen another couple putting at least one of her siblings in their car, so I can only hope that they are both well and being cared for. We have seen no sign of them since. Poor little Roxy was friendly with me from the start, so was obviously used to people, but was terrified of Molly and Bugsy, and making incredibly loud feral cat ‘back-off’ noises when they tried to make friends.
She HAS now calmed down and is eating with them and I hope playing. She remains however desperate for cuddles and human time. For now this is helping me as Molly in particular is very curious about all the stroking and purring. I am however planning to put her in a proper foster home in the next few days where she will get the attention she so wants. Roxy is a gorgeous little girl, but also feisty. The trainee at my vets was so enchanted by her that he dropped his guard and was smartly bitten when it was injection time! Roxy was not impressed by this treatment and made her feelings clearly felt! Afterwards she went back to charming him and was quickly forgiven, and declared very beautiful by all!!!
Little Foxy Roxy