I talked at relative length with Kola’s new person last week. This was an interview for the newsletter of the Lethbridge PAW Society, which took in the Floof King when no one else would, gave him foster-care and found him a new and permanent home.
Kola is fitting in admirably. He became acquainted with the family dog on the car-trip to his new residence. Neither was upset or overly disturbed by the encounter. The dog may have reason to regret his welcome, though, since Kola has taken over the canine bed and, according to my information, appears to develop a fancy for anything his new roommate likes. But those are cats and dogs for you.
My former foster-cat is eating well, and has his choice of spots in which to sleep at night; he alternates between three - depending on the evening, I suppose. I am sure he is enjoying being able to roam about while the house is asleep, instead of being confined to one room, as he was in my home. Kola is receiving plenty of attention, and it’s clear that he is already loved in his new family.
This will be my last update on the Floof King. He has his own life now, a happy life, with his own people. I suspect I won’t hear about him myself any more, but that’s the nature of fostering. He spent nine months under my care, and a small part of him will stay with me forever.