Cora and her sister, Nora were found on their own at a local apartment complex. Just imagine these little babies fending for themselves and having to find food. Luckily, they are with us now and will always be safe, have a soft bed to curl up in and a full tummy.
Cora is a lover and wants to be where the humans are at all times. She loves cuddling up on the couch, and has an affinity for dogs. Cora and Nora are extremely affectionate and physical touch is definitely their "love" language. These sisters do literally everything together! Cora is always down to play and happy as can be. She loves to chase the dogs tails around the house and sit in the window watching the hummingbirds.
These sisters do literally everything together! It would be wonderful if someone would open up their heart and home to both of these adorable girls. But if you are just interested in Cora, she would do best with a friendly kitty (or cat friendly dog) to bond quickly with to make the separation from her sister easier. Cora is comfortable being around and dogs and other cats, but must earn their trust first before getting too close! So a proper introduction is a must. Cora gets along with everyone she meets.
If youre interested in Cora, we ask that you please fill out a "pre-adopt application" that can be found on our website: https://www.parkvilleshelter.com/adoption-application. We will contact you to schedule an appointment. Thank you.
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