Maggie is our petite princess with a sassy personality that is unmatched in our household. Maggie had a rough start to her life, and her story started sad. However, I can assure you her sad beginning is fully in the past, and Maggie is living her best life filled with a full belly, all the toys she could dream of, cat treats, scratching posts, a warm home in the winter, a cool home in the summer, and a family both human and feline that loves her unconditionally.
When I met Maggie, I was an active foster for a local cat rescue. I was the lucky volunteer to foster Maggie. I could have never imagined when I brought Maggie into our foster bedroom that she would eventually become a permanent member of our family. Through the ups and downs, I am so grateful for Maggie.
I hope you enjoy this video of Maggie’s Story. Just press play for her story of tenacity and love.
On a side note, Maggie’s runny left eye is due to her having an active herpes virus, and an anatomically smaller than normal tear duct. Maggie gets daily medication for her eye, but she will most likely have a runny eye for life. We looked into having Maggie’s tear duct surgically corrected, but there is not a guarantee that it would work. So, we do not want to put Maggie through a procedure that may or may not resolve an issue. Maggie has routine vet checkups with her veterinarian along with an ophthalmologist. Currently, Maggie shows no signs of discomfort. However, we will not hesitate to offer Maggie the medical attention she may need in the future.