Sweet little Zoe hasn’t had the easiest of lives. She came to us with a wound on her head, probably from being shot by a bb gun. The wound healed while in foster care, although you can see in the photos she has some permanent scarring around her eye from it. Zoe is a very easy and low-maintenance cat, happy to hang out on her own, watching the action from the edge of the room. Sometimes she enjoys chasing a toy on a string, but she doesn’t require much playtime, as she’s very independent.
While in foster care, Zoe has lived with several different cats. This feline company has been really good for her. If you have a kid-free home with room for one more cat, you could be Zoe’s ticket to the happy ending for which she’s been so patiently waiting.
Zoe is spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, and tested negative for FIV/FeLV.
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