"Nurturer" is the only word that adequately describes our Lilly! She is not only a mother to two juveniles, she is also willing to oversee any other little ones who need some love and attention! In her foster home, she is the one that the orphans seek out, because she does not turn them away from needing cuddling or nuzzle time! Lilly is ready to be adopted. She does so well with other cats, we can't imagine her living all alone, but she is adaptable and will feel right at home wherever she goes.She has been fostered since giving birth to her litter of babies, and has done a remarkable job of raising them! Lilly is spayed, one to two years old, loves using her litterbox, and has been tested for FelvFIV. Now she is ready to seek out her own mom and dad.We start with an application, found on our website: www.friendsofcampbellcounty.org. A volunteer will contact you after reviewing it.
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