Here is Gatsbi of Forty Paws showing off her awesome widebody. Gatsbi was named as a little kitten and Maw and Paw thought she was a boy. That's why her name ends in an "i" now. She was born to a feral mother, but all the kittens were brought in as fosters at Forty Paws when they were very young, so none of them were really ever feral. Their Mom was fixed and released in a barn to live, because she was so very feral. The other kittens in the litter were all found forever homes with other people, but Maw and Paw kept Gatsbi because she has neurological issues. The vet thinks that she suffered a minor spinal cord or brain injury when she was born. She walks keeping one front paw straight, like a peg leg, and her head bobs when she eats or grooms. Due to her leg problem, she can't jump very high. Gatsbi really loves to eat and she got fat when all the catfood was on the floor and she could constantly help herself. Now she gets diet cat food on the floor and all the other cats get their food on the counter, where she can't go. This does not make her very happy, but she has lost two pounds on her diet so far. This has helped her walk more easily and she can now fit through the cat flap into the backyard cat enclosure again. These two things make her happy, so the diet is worth it. Gatsbi doesn't like other cats for some reason. She will growl at any cat who gets closer than three feet to her, even Bow, the Alpha cat.
Gatsbi is the one who eats on the floor.
That's so she gets her food and not any more.
Keep it quiet,
But she's on a diet,
Which is something that she does not adore.