Simon is Sampson's brother. He is possibly visually impaired, although he doesn't act like it. He is one of the sweetest foster cats I have. He loves to cuddle and get affection. Occasionally he chases the other cats, but most of the time he just watches the rest of the action.
Rudy is an interesting cat. He is affectionate, but he'd rather rub against my legs than sit on my lap. He likes to sit by the window and watch what is going on outside. If I let him, he'd go out and see for himself. He does okay with other cats and with dogs, but he's kind of a loner. So he'd probably be perfectly happy as an only cat.
Victoria - This beautiful girl is one of my favorite cats. She's shy and won't come very close to me, but if I go to her, she'll let me pet her and she'll roll over and start purring. She needs to get more used to people before she is ready for adoption, so I want to take her to adoption events each week to help her get used to the noise and the people. But she finds the very best hiding places in the house, and so far I've only been able to find her and take her to one event. Of course if anyone wants a cat who is very beautiful and very easy to care for, she's the one for you. You may never know she's there - but at least she isn't constantly following you around and asking for attention like the rest of the cats at my house! :-)
Mia came into rescue when her owners moved and left her behind. A neighbor took her in and cared for her, but couldn't keep her because her dog was trying to eat her. So I took her home, and she's been living at my house for the past month - until yesterday. Yesterday she got to go up to the adoption center at our vet's office! So I am hopeful that someone will see her there and want to adopt her soon. She is front declawed, and very sweet and affectionate, so I hope it won't take her long to find a home.
So those are all of my foster pets as of today. Well, except for Butterscotch. I'll tell you about him tomorrow!