Today after school, we went on our visit to see Cinders at the Humane Society. We have been doing this at least twice a week since March when the Humane Society called and asked if we would like to adopt her.
While we were there, the staff at the Humane Society told us she was not healing and that they thought it was because of her situation at the Humane Society. Cinders pretty much gets to sit in cage all day with not much stimulation. They told us it might be better if we took her home where she would be in a better environment and where they think she will have a better chance to heal her sores. So, we have brought Cinders home. So far, she has spent a lot of time hiding under the bed upstairs but that is to be expected. She is, after all, in a new environment with two other cats that she does not know.
So far, Puck and Harvey have not taken well to Cinders. I am hoping that, with time, this will change, but our main concern right now is getting Cinders all healed. I have made an appointment with the vet and hopefully we can get Cinders settled into her new home and healed.