Loving, Playful, Adorable
Say hello to sweet little Gracie! This gorgeous girl just wants to be with you. She'll follow you around the house, even patiently sitting outside the shower. She likes to snuggle up beside you or lay by your feet. She enjoys equal parts of playtime and nap time. She bats at mice on strings and chases other toys on her own.
Gracie is a special kitty with special needs. She was left incontinent after a car accident and has limited use of her back legs. Because of her condition, Gracie needs to have her bladder expressed twice a day; and since she can't quite groom her rear end, she would greatly benefit from having a monthly shave back there to prevent matting (she's such a fluffy girl!). She has few troubles with the litter box - she kicks litter and sometimes misses the box. Sometimes when you're in the bathroom, Gracie will come running so she can have her potty time, too! She knows the drill. She is a smart, willing girl who handles her differences with dignity, and she is looking for her human companion who can do the same.
Gracie has not met any children or dogs, and has enjoyed being with other cats who aren't dominant and don't bully her; sometimes other cats try to bully her, which is not nice at all, especially since Gracie is such a nice girl! Because she enjoys the company of other cats, it would be great to find a home with a cat who would accept her and be her buddy.
She'd be the perfect cat for someone who wants a truly loving and devoted companion. This total sweetheart is waiting to meet her best friend and find her ideal forever home. If you're looking to make a huge difference in a little kitty's life, contact us today to meet Gracie.
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