This animal is posted as a rehome, which is a service outside of Cat's Cradle to help owners find new homes for their animals. If interested, contact Desaree at 540-414-5594.
Lola and her sister Lilah are good friends! Here is info for both:
LOLA (brown tabby w/ green eyes)
Spayed on April 25th, 2016
Received 1 year Rabies shot on April 25th, 2016
About 4 lbs
Date of birth: Jan. 23rd, 2016
Both are playful (especially with each other) and love to be on laps & be cuddled. They love to get their faces/ears rubbed. They also enjoy chasing the little laser light around the house. They are very close and cry out when they can't find each other. .
They are good with kids. I have 4 children 5 & under & they have not scratched or bitten any of them. My 5 year old likes to pretend she's a dog. She gets on all fours and goes around the house. Lola plays with her and chases her around. My 14 month old hugs them...more than they'd like, but they've been very tolerable & have not scratched or bitten her. Lola is ok with you turning her over onto her back and rubbing her belly. Lilah is a little skittish about it, but eventually gives in if you're gentle.
Updated: May 2016
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