In December 2019, my husband and I adopted a kitten from a shelter. We were in love with this kitten instantly. He filled our home with laughter and light. Unfortunately, as is the case with many shelter kittens, he became ill. After many terrifying trips to the vet, we had no other option but to let him go. He was euthanized in January 2020, after only three weeks in our care. He had lost his fight against Panleukopenia. We were devastated. After months of tears and mourning, we started to feel ready for another life in our home. We sought out a foster organization and, without any hope of finding a kitten that would knock us off our feet the way the first one did, we scheduled a visit - and I’m so grateful we did. There was Loki. 8 weeks old, and exactly what we needed. He perched himself on my husband’s shoulder, and we were sold. Loki has been a part of our family for over a year now and every day he surprises us with how clever, affectionate and unique he is. He is our rainbow cat, bringing happiness after a loss. Our household revolves around him, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.