She has no health problem, gladly she is really fine.
The thing made me worry was that she does not like to be touched by humans.
how could a girl like Cindy be brought up from these parents?
So I was thinking that the debut day shall be the final day for her.
This was the honest thing I was thinking the day before the show.
Sally in one carry case and was set at the real sat of the car.
Cindy in another carry and was on my husband's lap.
But she did not look tiny, she looked big enough and was holding her head up!
She was talking ( or blaming may be) a bit, but showing her energy by trying to play with the teaser which the judge was showing to other kitten.
And she was evaluated as BOB 1st and got the chance to join the final!
She received the rosette, she made it!
Also this was the very first time for us to bring such a young kitten.
Any way, Cindy easily made a tie record, same to her mom and her brother Victor at the Kitten Class.
And Cindy was clinching to me and was saying "Ka ka ka", a voice of anger.
But suddenly an idea came up and decided to raise her above my head.
It looked like Cindy saying "I never surrender!"
The moment of that may be a special one for human and the kitten/cat.
And may be it is the moment that Cindy really loves.