Olivia is the sweetest most gentle cat you will ever meet. She chirps instead of meowing and purrs loudly as soon as she sees her current owner. She is playful, loves affection, and will often sit and watch TV with you. Sometimes she will play goalie when you throw her little crumpled pieces of paper, and it is the cutest thing!
Her current owner shares: "It pains me to have to give her up but I have 3 other cats and one of them has become aggressive against Olivia which has caused her to regress and become distant from the rest of the family. She is also quite obese and a multi-cat household is not conducive to her losing weight. Olivia would do best in a quiet home with no other pets or one other cat that isn't dominant. She gets along with the male tabby and the other female, but the one terror that I have makes life difficult for her. She may possibly need a tooth extraction, but if she is adopted within the next two months, I am more than willing to pay half so the cost doesn't fall completely to the new owner. She is a beautiful girl with the most loving personality I have ever seen in a cat. Olivia really deserves a perfect forever home."
Olivia's new owners will also receive all of her grooming supplies and a custom cat tree.
Olivia is participating in our Courtesy Adoption Posting Program and is not the property of Toronto Cat Rescue. Toronto Cat Rescue does not accept responsibility for any pet placements that result from this service. If you need more info or would like to adopt please contact Sylvia at Sevan.firstname.lastname@example.org directly. Thank you!
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