You may have noticed the one of Ophelia's ears appears to be missing it's tip, and you'd be right. Ophelia was part of a trap, neuter, return program in which feral cats were live trapped, sterilized and returned to their caretakers. The ears of feral cats are tipped for easy identification should they ever become trapped again. Ophelia was very skittish before surgery and was supposed to go back to her colony. After surgery however, Ophelia woke up and started purring. She was a little nervous the first night she was in foster care, but then her foster mom called to tell us that she was a complete sweetheart. She is very gentler, loves to sit in your lap and will purr the entire time. Ophelia would do best in a quiet home where she could get lots of respect and attention. Ophelia does very well with other cats and follows their lead. Already fixed, FeLV negative, up to date on shots and dewormed, all Ophelia needs now if her new home!