Affectionate, Playful, Loving
How about a starring role in a true story that includes suspense, heartache, love and possibly a cat toy or two? Your co-star is a beautiful girl named Lily whose real life trials and tribulations are the basis for this epic tale. Speaking of tails, the furry leading lady has a long black one!
Lovely Lily has had her share of ups and downs, handling each one with grace and fortitude. Her leg was broken in her earlier days. But, the injury is completely healed and she's in no pain. The resulting limp, that makes her particularly endearing, doesn't bother her in the least. Lily had a family at one point. However, her owner passed away and Lily was on her own.
The shelter was the difference between life and death for Lily, but it proved to be a terrifying place for her. A kind foster agreed to care for Lily and is now keeping her safe and sound until she finds a permanent home. Lily was uncertain at first. But, the comfort of a cozy home and a caring person melted away the worries of the past. Lily has turned into a loving cat who seeks out attention and who is playful, talkative and friendly. She gets along great with other cats and is relaxed and affectionate with them. We haven't seen Lily around dogs or kids.
Lily is now waiting for her happily-ever-after ending, that's where you come in! If you're ready for your close up...um...we mean meet and greet...contact APA! for the role of a lifetime. Just remember "Ready, set, cuddle!" and you'll be a shoo-in. We can't wait to see the final cut!
All APA! cats are fully vetted, spayed or neutered, and have updated vaccines and a microchip. Lifetime support is offered by our Cat Behavior Team.
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