|Health||Urinary Tract Issues|
|Status||Adopt or Foster|
Judi was found inside a restricted zone in Fukushima as a young cat. It was a miserable rainy day when JCN volunteers were called out to rescue an injured three-legged cat near one of our feeding stations. After setting out the trap and covering it with a tarp to protect it from the rain, the volunteers continued feeding other kitties in the area. When they returned a short time later, the three-legged cat was in the trap, and just next to him was Judi. Painfully thin and soaking wet, she huddled under the tarp, hoping for food and desperately trying to seek shelter from the weather.
Judi, however, is an incredibly shy little girl. She loves fish treats, watching and waiting patiently until you walk away before venturing out to eat them. She sometimes likes to bat around balls, but spends most of her days curled up with her good friend, Tom (now diseased). She gets along well iwth other cats but does not enjoy being touched or handled, so Judi needs a very special family willing to give her lots of time and space and continue to work with her on socialization. Judi is currently staying in the Tokyo shelter, but can be available for foster care or adoption in other parts of Japan.
BIRTHDATE: Early 2011?
INTAKE DATE: 3 October 2012