The grounds crew at the Bergen County Zoo found a cat tied in a pillowcase and left for dead in the park. This little tortie appeared to be about a year old, unspayed, but actually relatively healthy and familiar with people. Someone must have not wanted her anymore, tied her up in a pillowcase and abandoned her. She doesn't do good with other cats so she needs a home where she will be the only one. She is now up to date on all vaccines, spayed and FIV/FELV negative. Lola is very petite, super sweet, playful and snuggly. If you'd like to adopt this cutie, please contact Annie at email@example.com
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