We were at the point where we really wanted to keep her, but in the fostering agreement I signed, it said that foster parents are discouraged from adopting their animals. I tried to talk to the volunteer director when I brought the kitty in, but she wasn't there that day. I was so nervous that she'd be put into the kennels for adoption and someone would snap her up . . . so I was there first thing in the morning today, begging to talk to her . . . . And she said, of course you can have her, that's in the agreement because some people foster six kittens and then say they want to keep all of them.
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So she's home, her new home. She seems to not be suffering ill effects from the surgery -- she's been playing up a storm, enjoying the new toys I got her to celebrate her new status. And a nice soft pillow for her to sleep on. Little Buttercup is ours!