Sealy a beautiful seal point kitty is part Burmese and part British shorthair. Both of his parents are feral cats who have been spayed and neutered by a wonderful TNR/rescue group named Love Kuching Project in Singapore. When Sealy was found, he was at the tender age of 6 weeks.
Sealy was taken out of a flu ridden feral colony. When he was given vaccinations, his flu went on full throttle.
He was put on 2 rounds of antibiotics and given plenty of love and comfort and finally fully recovered.
At around 5 months, Sealy started fostering little kittens brought from the shelter, giving a big helping hand to his human mom, replacing Scooter the cat who had retired from his fostering work.
Today Sealy is living happily in his forever loving home, bringing so much joy and laughter to everyone in the family.