I’m about 8 or 9 years old. I really don’t know what happened. My family told me they’d keep me forever, then one day they announced they were going to have a baby and before I knew it, me and my good friend Lola were at the local shelter.
I’m the sweetest, most laid back cat. If you have a lap, I’d love to sit in it. I have perfect litter box manners and am fantastic with other cats and dogs. You might have noticed, I don’t have any teeth. I had this disease called Stomatitis. It’s an inflammation of the mouth, and in bad cases, sometimes the only treatment is to take the teeth out. I don’t mind at all though! Now I never have to worry about buying toothpaste ever again.
A couple of other things you need to know about me:
• I’m on a special Renal diet for my kidneys. I find the food delicious though and have no problem scarfing it down.
• I have to be adopted with my good friend Lola. We adore each other and cuddle together every night. I’d be very sad if we were separated.
I’m also neutered and up-to-date on all my shots. Why don’t you give me a test drive?
To adopt you must first complete an adoption application and either come to an adoption event or arrange to meet the cat in its foster home. We do not do same day adoptions so, generally, we can only adopt within the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
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