New addition to the family. Her story is devastating, thinking back of how this lil angel initially got dumped aggravates me. Back in '09, the night before fasting month, as I recall; it was raining heavily. Something about that night, regardless of the pouring rain didn't stop my parents from throwing the garbage (that time we haven't hired the garbage collector so it was a routine to visit the dumpster every night of the week). The only time my parents were reluctant to throw was whenever the weather misbehaved. But on that very night; my mom was very persistent. The pouring rain and the time didn't stop her; it was 9:30 p.m, pretty late to drive simply to throw garbage. I personally wouldn't bother especially if it involves getting wet. She was persistent so my dad had no other choice but decided to go and insisted they go together. Little did I know, when they arrived there was someone/something crying. It was a lil kitty dripping wet on my dad's hand!! My sister was jumping in joy showering her, removing all the garbage residue from her fur. I then wrapped her around a towel, and cradled her until she fell into a deep sleep. We observed her, she appears to be mixed. Lucky!
According to my parents, my mom heard a crying sound when they reached the dumpster. Dad didn't hear it because he was too busy assorting the garbage in the car plus the sound of pouring rain over his hat didn't make it any better. My mom suggested they check underneath the pile of dump around the corner. So without hesistation, Dad took a peek and there it was, curled up into a ball. Someone must have ditched it there a week after her birth. Mom jumped out and gave the greenlight to my Dad. He then swept Keeley away with his bare hands. That's how she ended up in the family. I suppose it's what they call a blessing because she entered our life when we're not in our best state. We love the pampered, attention-seeker Keeley.
It has been more than 5 months now. She's as healthy as a horse but just 3 days ago, we took her to the vet to get her spayed! That is to avoid unneccesary litter, plus she isn't getting any younger. Keeley is now recovering well and her inappropriate desires has lessened. Mom certainly doesn't want anymore cats. Our very first and last pet, Baby Keeley.