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February Pet of the Month – Sonsy

March 12, 2008 by Maria-Elena Cloherty, DVM

Sonsy - February Pet of the Month!

Sonsy was a foundling back in 2001 … one of a big litter found wandering a rural highway.

She is a tortoiseshell, only black and yellow with no white on her. Apparently she’s quite an acrobat and loves playing with mouses that rattle.

She’s just the littlest thing with the biggest love for her pet owners and unfortunately has asthma so they do their best to help her fight through it. Right now though, she’s in good health, thanks to great parents!


Topics: Pet of the Month | 4 Comments »

4 Responses to “February Pet of the Month – Sonsy”

  1. Nancy Says:
    March 16th, 2008 at 1:53 pm

    What a cutie..we too have a tortoiseshell foundling (kind of, she was abused and her owner gave her to us) Persian named Petite, cause she is little too..nine years later and she is the biggest joy in our lives..and so precious..everyone says she is the ‘nicest little person’ they know! Aren’t we all such lucky parents!

  2. Sonsy's Mom Says:
    June 5th, 2008 at 3:53 pm

    Torties have their own personalities, don’t they? So demanding! Sonsy has gotten very protective of me and of her routines…we had a guest who had a cat with us for 2 months, and she’s just getting her spunk back. But she’s still the most loyal little love ever. Give Petite a pet from Sonsy and me!

  3. Rev. Dr. Kaye E Skinner Says:
    August 9th, 2008 at 8:51 pm

    What a beautiful girl. I also have a torti and she is the softest little girl I have ever had. I want to put my face in her hair, it has such a beautiful smell and it is so soft. She on the other hand would rather do without Mom snuggling in her. She is a bit “shy”. But she is warming up to Mom.

  4. Sonsy's Mom Says:
    November 30th, 2008 at 11:23 am

    Dr. K, do you think maybe torties aren’t much for cuddling in general? Sonsy likes to be petted — when she wants to be petted, and ONLY then! She’s so loving, on her own terms. As she’s getting older (7.5 years), she’s getting more affectionate. Thanks to you both for commenting on my sweetie.

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