Lissa had a difficult destiny. She lived under a concrete slab in an industrial area. Workers occasionally fed her, but on weekends and holidays she went hungry. She was infested with ticks, scared, hungry and incredibly lonely. At the shelter, she was treated, vaccinated, and sterilized, and then released back into the wild through a special program. Lissa couldn't cope without people. For two months, she lived under cars in a parking lot until she was found. Now she lives in a shelter for homeless animals.