About 8 years ago, Annie was orphaned at one week old. Someone found her and took her to the police station. A very kind policeman took her to a vet, who supplied him with a bottle and formula, but he was on duty and couldn't look after a kitten. The policeman took her to a big box store with a pet center. As luck would have it, Maw was at the same store buying cat food and saw the tiny kitten and took her home, thinking that maybe her nursing cat would take care of the little orphan. Unfortunately, the other kittens were much bigger and didn't want to share and neither did the nursing momcat. Maw learned a whole lot about hand-raising a tiny kitten in a very short time. Li'l Orphan Annie thrived under Maw's loving care and the time came when she was big enough to go back to the pet center to be adopted. Maw cried and cried and Paw went to the pet center and brought Annie back home. Annie has certainly thrived at Forty Paws. She loves to hide and be found by Maw and Paw, especially under newspapers.
There is a Forty Paws cat called Annie.
She finds places to hide most uncanny,
In the magazine holder,
Or some place bolder.
Everyone loves to play "Where's Annie?"