Tilly was found on July 12, 2022 on a street in Flatbush. She was very underweight and two neighborhood girls had just opened a can of tuna for her to eat. Between bites of food, she was checking in with the people around and giving sweet little meows. After she had devoured all of the tuna she once again was meowing and being very affectionate with head bonks and leg rubbing. She was too friendly and trusting to be a stray cat. Her rescuers wrapped her in a towel and brought her to their apartment. Since then, she has gotten lots of food, water, treats and love! Tilly is a very sweet and playful girl. She is slowly gaining weight but may always be a little cat. She enjoys head scratches and is slowly warming up to being held. Her rescuers have slowly introduced her to their resident cats and she has done well with them. Tilly is spayed and vaccinated. She has a minor heart murmur. It may not be a problem, but an echocardiogram is recommended to make sure. Tilly has some dental tartar buildup that will need to be monitored. It will be a good idea to clean her teeth a few times a week. Tilly is a total lovebug and deserves an amazing home! *Courtesy Posting: This cat is being independently offered for adoption by a rescuer who is not a representative of BBAWC or Brooklyn Cat Cafe. The rescuer offering this cat is responsible for the content of this post and any medical records and vaccines. BBAWC and Brooklyn Cat Cafe cannot vouch for any information in this post. An adoption fee may be charged by the rescuer.
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