Dot says, "No sleeping outside this winter, thank you very much!"
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She was a pregnant stray living under a porch. By feeding and talking with her she became friendly and she was moved into a great home three days before her kittens were born. All healthy, thanks to Dr. Tom's care, two have been adopted and still continue to be part of Pewaukee Veterinary Service's family. The other two adorable black and white males were originally up for adoption. But as all animal lovers know.. those sweet faces, soft purrs and endearing antics have a way of working into hearts. Dot has become a wonderful mom, now very social and vocal. She has been spayed and has a forever home where she will never be alone again. Many friends share her new life, both cats and people whom really care. Dot still goes out hunting in the morning and brings in a fresh critter everyday. She doesn't eat it, just drops it on the kitchen floor before she eats her cat food breakfast. Her caregiver first thought Dot was bringing it in for her kids, but now understands it is a "Thank You" for the kindness she has been shown. Dot says, "No sleeping outside this winter, thank you very much!"