Petite Tiger Lily is a very affectionate orange tabby lady who was found in a horse barn where she had been trying to survive by eating horse feed. Emaciated and ready to be rescued, this precious girl is now healthy and happy in her foster home with plenty to eat and, equally important to her, plenty of petting and snuggling.
She had lost some fur on her ears due to the rough time she had trying to make it on her own., As if being a female orange tabby wasn't special enough, as the fur grows back we are tickled to note that she has freckles on her ears! Other than that, Tiger Lily received a Grade A report card on her health!
Tiger Lily is very loving and outgoing with people, but she absolutely will not tolerate other cats. In fact she has made her disdain for both adult cats and kittens, as well as dogs, known in her foster home, and therefore is seeking a forever home where she will forever be the only four-footed Princess of the castle. Watch her little video: all this cuteness could be yours!!!
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