When Glory came to us, she was very nervous and would hide at the back of her cage. With some work, she has learned to trust and enjoys coming out of the cage. In fact, she is more nervous in the cage, and does much better out of a cage in a home environment. During her time in one of our foster homes, she warmed up to affection and would come out and sit on her foster mom's lap. She also enjoyed to be held close and would purr away! She is a gentle yet playful cat. We hope that someone will give her a loving chance in a fur-ever home!
If you would like more information or are interested in providing Glory a fur-ever home, please contact Sonia at 416-771-5397!
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