Wolfie Smiles recounted the tale of Indira, a charming feline with uniquely curled ears that required splinting for her injured right front leg. Wolfie, the renowned cat known for its infectious smile, hails from the Friends For Life Rescue Network situated in both Los Angeles and Oregon.
Meet Indira, the adorable feline with unique features that include curled ears, a bobtail, and polydactyl toes. She is naturally classified as a Highland Lynx, often referred to as Highlanders, which should not be mistaken for Scottish Fold cats. We always advocate for adoption instead of purchasing from breeders.
Sadly, Indira had a bent front paw which required urgent attention from her rescuers. They explained that her legs needed immediate care while still young before the bones calcify.
Before long, the little cat’s injured leg was treated with utmost care, wrapped up and splinted. However, it would require further wrapping and specialized physical therapy sessions to fully heal.
During that period, the family that was taking care of her provided food through a syringe.
Keystone Kitties now known as Pippi & Her Rescue Pals provide foster care for kittens in need. One such kitten, Indira, had a tough start but quickly adapted to her new environment. After a few days, she was walking on her paw and playing with her foster sibling, Wolfie. In just a week, her injured leg showed significant improvement. As Indira grew stronger, she began to wean from the bottle. Although her leg still required wrapping, she continued to flourish in her foster home with another rescued Highland Lynx. Despite the initial setback, Indira bounced back and is now doing well.
Indira’s Transformation into Belle
On a memorable day, Indira was adopted by her foster family who instantly fell in love with her. Since then, she has been showered with immense love and care in her forever home, and she reciprocates it with equal fervor.
One of her family members exclaimed, “She’s a real troublemaker, but I can’t help falling in love with her.”
We instantly adored her charming personality and are thankful to @fflrescuenetwork for introducing us to her. Our hearts are filled with gratitude for the wonderful cats that have graced our lives. As for her, she proudly claims to be an excellent lap cat.
Indira was initially a foster dog, but she ended up becoming a permanent resident with her foster parents who gave her a new name, Belle. Erica Goren and Nic Pappas, Belle’s new owners, already had a foster fail named Domino, whom they adopted in 2019. The couple shared their love for Belle’s adorable looks and lively personality on Instagram.
Erica Goren and Nic Pappas from the Indira Carson Animal Shelter in California saved both Domino and his brother, but only one of them was adopted. Domino, a feisty kitten with curly ears and extra toes, was taken in by the Friends for Life Rescue Network in Los Angeles before finding his forever home through foster care. Although Belle, who is also a black Highland Lynx, shares some physical traits with Domino, she does not have the same genetic mutation for a bobtail. The two felines now live with Charlotte, a Siamese cat who was also rescued. Their happy life together can be seen on Instagram, where Domino seems to be developing a soft spot for Indira, the graceful Belle of the Ball, much to the amusement of Charlotte.
Indira comes across Domino and says, “I was pretending to be Charlotte just now…”
Meet Charlotte, the Siamese cat who was rescued and given a second chance at life. And look at Belle now, she’s growing up to be such a stunning feline!