~Taylor - look into my eyes and tell me when are you coming?~
Taylor was brought to Chicago Animal Control by someone who said they found her on the street. Like a lot of other pets she was absolutely devastated by all the smells and sounds of a pound. She immediately stopped eating and her demeanor earned her a tag of an unsocial cat. Lucky for our gorgeous girl a foster stepped up and we were able to save her. But TaylorâÂÂs fight was far from over. It took her 2 months to get back on her feet. During that time her foster Mom realized what is a no-no for this beauty queen. Taylor hates cages, crates and anything that limits her freedom. Once this was learned and Taylor was given space of her own, her healing followed quickly. Taylor is one of those ladies that are more talk then walk. In other words she likes to hiss and growl but her behavior does not follow her vocal expression. In fact she is a very cuddly and affectionate girl.
She is a very beautiful Toyger mix with plush coat and amazing stripes. Her whiskers curl to the front which gives her face a unique expression. Add to the mix the deepest sea green of her eyes and you have one gorgeous girl!
Taylor currently lives in a household with other cats but we believe she would do best on her own. And no dogs or small children either - our queen wishes to be the only one getting your attention. In return Taylor promises to purr and knead, sleep in your bed and walk by your side with a tail high in the air, proud to have you as her own. And she will help in anything you might feel like doing, except when she is occupied by doing her cat stuff of course.
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