It is in the basement. I let her roam free in the basement every chance I get. 
Even though the palace is 8 feet long, 4 feet wide, and six feet tall, she 
likes to get out of it for a while. I can roll it outside but she doesn't 
like that. It seems to make her nervous when she is outdoors. Poor thing, I 
she could talk so I could know her story! She is too tame and sweet from the 
beginning to be a feral cat. Somebody must have just decided they did not want 
her anymore and basically threw her away.
I the photos I had rolled it close to the basment garage door opening so she 
could see the outdoors. It is when I roll it completely outside that she gets 
the most nervous. Jannes 

From: Pam Norman <>
Sent: Sun, April 17, 2011 1:50:56 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Amber's kitty palace


Is there access from the house or do you take her out there?


On 4/17/2011 11:15 AM, Jannes Taylor wrote:
> Hello Everyone,
> Please dlick on this link to see photos of Amber's new kitty palace.<div
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> Amber is the felv positive kitty we rescued 7 weeks ago. She was on death's 
> just absolutely starving and did not look well. She had no energy to even 
> After 7 weeks of TLC and good food it is hard for me to believe she has any
> issues at all. I have three healthy cats upstairs and I am  not willing to 
> the chance of exposing them to the virus even though they have been vaccinated
> against felv.
> I am so glad I did not have Amber euthanized! The vet was leaning in that
> direction. God bless you all for all that you do for our sweet feline friends.
>  Jannes
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