Meet Bonnie! She’s a sweet 3-month-old foster kitten in Nashville, Tennessee.
Life hasn’t been fair to poor little Bonnie, but she’s still hopeful someone will give her the fairytale ending she deserves.
Her foster mom, Madeline Fitzpatrick, tells us all about sweet Bonnie in the story below.
A Tragic Past
Poor Bonnie was only 5 weeks old when she was brought to an animal control shelter by a good Samaritan.
A group of children had been kicking her and they broke her hip.
She was then taken to the rescue I foster for, FLUFF Nashville.
At first, we were afraid her leg would have to be amputated.
But, with the help of an orthopedic specialist, her hip was pinned and her leg was saved.
Now, she runs around and plays with the other kittens like nothing was ever wrong!
Despite how adorable and sweet she is, I’ve been fostering her for months and she hasn’t received a single adoption application.
I hope someone special reads this story and gives her a chance.
What is Bonnie’s personality like?
She was named Bonnie because she’s sweet like a Bonbon.
Bonnie is gentle, calm, and loving.
She loves to cuddle. She would be someone’s perfect lap cat!
Her signature move is to roll over for belly rubs.
She will occasionally play with wand toys, but mostly just loves to snuggle!
She’s an angel. She’s so gentle and starts purring the second you pet her.
Bonnie has taught me forgiveness and trust—she adores humans even after all the trauma they caused her.
But little Bonnie’s broken heart healed right along with her hip.
She has so much love to give!
Bonnie is fully vaccinated, spayed, and ready to be adopted.
She’s located in Nashville, Tennessee.
All she wants for Christmas is a forever family she can call her own.
It’s a mystery why no one seems to want this sweet Bonnie.
After all she’s been through, she deserves a loving home.
If you’re interested in adding this precious girl to your family, click here to fill out the adoption application!
Click here to follow Madeline on Instagram to see more of Bonnie and her foster siblings.
Click here to follow FLUFFNashville on Facebook.
Saturday 12th of February 2022
First of all this story absolutely breaks my heart. 😔Thank you so very much for fostering this precious little girl. 😇Unfortunately we cannot have another animal in our apt but we would love to help someone with adoption fees, etc. Please God send a great and loving home for this sweet Bonnie🙏😘💜🌈 Please reply in comments if we can help, Thanks👩❤️👩
Tuesday 7th of June 2022
@Denita Martin, this is an older storyfrom last winter i hope Bonnie has found Her Loving Home
Friday 11th of February 2022
I would love Bonnie,looking for loving replacement for our Bombay who passed after 16 years 2 years ago.
Sunday 23rd of January 2022
What a pitiful lot of kids to treat animals in an abusive manner. They will someday receive similar treatment, either to themselves or a family member. They may wonder 'why it's happening, what they did to deserve their fate' .... the old adage "what goes around comes around" is true! 'Do unto others as you would have them do unto you' a motto that needs a continual reminder. Animals put their trust in humans and normal persons cherish the love and comfort received from their animal companions. To read of animal cruelty by bratty children(?) is beyond humanity. Shame on you!!
Saturday 22nd of January 2022
Has Bonnie been adopted yet? She certainly deserves a Loving Home and Family
Friday 10th of December 2021
Praying for a forever home sweetheart ,you are so beautiful ❤️❤️