This experience has solidified the fact that I do want to have a cat of my own one day, when the time is right. My only fear is that I won't have the same connection as I did with Uma! Maybe I'm just being crazy, but boy did that cat bring out the emotional side of me!
In other Uma news, Uma may not be an UmA, but rather an UmO. Her new mom brought her to the vet today and her vet seems to think that Uma is a boy! I think it's so hard to tell at this point because it is such a baby? This is my first cat experience, so I don't know how this goes, but that is just my guess. Any cat experts out there know when you can tell for sure when a kitten is a boy or a girl?
We wish Uma the best in her (his?) new home! We miss her dearly, but are so grateful to have found her and given her this opportunity at a second chance at life! xoxo