This is my elder daughter and her cat Bird. Beth got Bird from my friend Erica who was in vet school when this little orphan kitten - eyes barely opened - was brought into the school clinic. It had been found abandoned in an alley dumpster.
Erica took the kitten home to foster, which is where I met Bird. Beth had mentioned that she might like a second cat, so I called her and asked if she'd be interested in this darling little calico orphan, and and a few weeks later, she was Beth's.
The two of them hit it off, although it took a while for my other grand-kitty Nessie to be willing to share her human with a young interloper. But eventually Nessie came around and realized that in any house, two cats are better than one.
Today, Bird is a well loved, well adjusted cat with no evidence at all that she was, at one time, nothing more than a problem to be discarded with the rest of the trash.
I started to call this layout Kitten Honey, but then realized that the Kit "N" Honey play on words was better (my elder daughter really IS a honey), so I went with it.