I've got a kitty, but I'm at work so I'll post some pictures when I get home. She's very well behaved, I believe she is a stray (she came up to me while I was smoking a cigarette on my porch a few months ago, never left). She's an outdoor/indoor cat, not sure of her age (my guess is around 1 year), and she is one curious little ****.
I have finally decided to take her to the vet (wasn't sure if I was going to keep her long term or just take her to a shelter), but I did bring her home with me for winter break and just don't feel right letting her go, she's too good of a cat.
She had/s worms, got her some medicine at the vet yesterday (she passed a foot long or so tapeworm last night, so that's a very good thing), and she has her appointment to be spayed and get all of her shots and vaccinations on Friday.
It's too cold for her to really want to go outside, and I'm thinking about completely domesticating her now that she has had worms and has been dewormed. Not sure if I feel comfortable taking her away from the outside world, though, but we'll see.
Anyone who has dealt with a cat with worms, once they **** out a foot long tapeworm that should be the sign that the treatment worked, right?
Meet Kahleesi (or Shang-High);