Breed/Color: DSH/ Orange Tabby
Marigold is a beautiful cat with a quirky personality. She is fairly low energry and spends most of her days lounging at the patio door or in the bedroom window. She is very observant and enjoys keeping watch on the neighborhood activity (bugs, dogs, people, etc). I imagine she would love a catio or screen porch to lounge in. After a long day of lounging, she gets her exercises by zooming around the apartment and entertaining her foster mom. She likes the lazer pointer and wand toys, but not as much as she did when she was little. She is an independent girl and isn't very interested in cuddling. She likes to be near her people, but not on them. She will occasionaly cuddle up in bed at night, but only briefly. She doesn't like to be held and hopes her forever person can understand that.
Marigold would prefer to be the queen of her castle and would do best without children or another pet. She is looking for someone to love her, but also someone who respects her space. That's not too much to ask, right? She has been a good girl at the vet, uses her litterbox and cardboard scratcher reliably, and keeps herself well groomed. She promises to keep on top of the neighborhood watch, keep you company, and offer some comical relief each evening. Sound like a good roommate to me!
Adoption Fees: All of our cats are spayed/neutered, micro-chipped, vaccinated (as age appropriate), tested for Feline Leukemia/FIV, given flea/tick & heart-worm preventative, & fecal tested (dewormed if needed) before being adopted out. Marigold's adoption fee is $100 including tax; adoptive homes are given all vet records at the adoption.
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