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Water Lily   

In shelter Cat

Lebanon, OR, 97355
Pet name:
Water Lily
Domestic Short Hair
Black & White / Tuxedo
Lilly was an AMAZING momma! When she was found, not only was she taking care of her 5 tiny kittens, but she was also taking care of 4 older kittens. Lilly is a petite girl and only about a year old and she was nursing 9 babies!

Lilly is ready to see what life is like without having to take care of so many babies. She is not a pick me up and carry me around kitty, she wants to be the one to come to you. She is very lovey and will come to you a lot.

She hasnt had many opportunities to interact with my dogs, but each time she sees them from afar her reaction is less intense each time. I think she would do well with a dog or two that is cat savvy. Since she is not a pickup and carry kitty, she would do best in a home with older respectful children. She would do well in a home with another kitty once proper introductions are done, however, Water Lilly has a very tight bond with her baby Pansy. Pansy was the runt and needed a lot more momma time.

Water Lilly is great with using the litter box, and she gets dry food and watered-down canned food. She really doesnt have any dislikes and is curious about everything. The family that chooses Water Lilly will be so lucky to have her.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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