Tulip and her siblings were brought to LOA as bottle babies when their mother was hit and killed by a car, leaving one baby in the road and 4 more inside the storm drain.
She was adopted into a home with two small dogs, but they could not get along and she was forced to live for a year only on the second floor of her house. She was then returned to us. We were sad to hear of her situation but happy to have her back with us.
Tulip prefers to live the single life, with someone to give her lots of attention, snuggles and play time, especially with a simple string pulled around the house. She would probably do okay with older children, she supervises the playing of video games in her foster home. She loves to cuddle with her foster mom when sitting with her on the couch.
Do you have a quiet home that is missing a graceful, beautiful cat? Tulip may be your girl!
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