Introducing our little starlit, Tullulah Cat. Tullulah is a STUNNING grey and white, long haired cat with the most beautiful light green eyes that's lined with "black eyeliner" on her upper lids. This girl's got style. When she walks into the room, she saunters by with her tail raised in the air while the tip of her tail ever so gracefully waves side to side. She will come right up to you and snuggle in your lap. She may kneed on you and then rest comfortably all cozied up on the couch next to you. Tullulah has lived with many dogs, as her humans have fostered many different dogs, both big and small. She's also lived with other cats and with kids. She would enjoy a less chaotic household where there aren't four dogs running down the hall. You can imagine that it sounds like a herd of horses coming after her. Tullulah currently enjoys going in and out of the doggie door and spending a day traipsing through a few backyards and then back home again. Mostly she just lounges, but she enjoys her outdoor sunshine and the breeze on her face. Her current home is NOT located in coyote territory and the parameters of her travels are safely nestled among adjacent backyards. In the evening, she loves to come in and sleep and often snuggle. She is a mellow girl, and probably one of the prettiest cats you'll lay eyes on. Tullulah is also a favorite at the Vet office. They always say how well behaved she is, and that they've never seen a cat be so good when examined. Tullulah is very quiet and would be a wonderful family cat. She never bites. She's a good girl who needs a better home where she can be the queen she is and receive more love and attention. If you are interested in Tullulah, please contact us. Tullulah is waiting.
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