is a shorthaired, brown tabby female born 2021. She is big, sweet girl looking for a home to retire to. She loves head rubs but can have her grumpy moments (who can blame her at her age?) so young children are not ideal, older/considerate children should do alright. She does well with other animals so long as they stay out of her personal space- young puppies and kittens may not be ideal. She would love a nice, calm home where she could be pampered.
She is on daily prescription medication for arthritis pain relief, the medication is only about 30$ a month. She does tire easily when she is up moving around and has been on prescription food for weight loss- she has lost enough weight that she can return to normal cat food so long as her daily intake is monitored. She has lost quite a bit of weight while with her foster and did have surgery to remove some of the extra skin that was impeding her ability to get around.
She has a 75$ adoption fee and has been spayed, combo tested, dewormed, treated with flea meds and microchipped.
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The first step in the adoption process is to submit an Adoption Application. There is a place on the form to indicate the cat or kitten you are interested in. https://form.jotform.com/50943302036143
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