Once upon a time there was a little black and white kitten who had spent the entire three months of her short life at an impound facility in Princeton, MN.
Unlike many facilities of this type, kitties are allowed to stay until they need room for more kitties, and it was just about at that point. First in, first out meant she and two adults were scheduled for euthanasia.
Feline Rescue agreed to take the black and white kitten, but fortunately the transfer crew had very soft hearts and came home with the b/w kitten, named Eloise, the beautiful calico adult female who became Nannie, a handsome gray tomcat to be known as Princeton, AND four kittens under 8 weeks old.
The volunteers who went to get her were immediately charmed by her adorable looks and her self-confident, energetic attitude despite her tough start.
She got along with other cats in her foster home, but was be fine on her own.
She is a bit of a diva and likes nothing more than laptime and your undivided attention.
Her cute face will win you over every time!
Eloise was adopted by an Karen as her only cat. According to Karen, she is shy of strangers, but queen of her castle and very good company.