LILLY came to GRASP when her owner found herself homeless. A temporary place was located, but after several months that was no longer an option and she knew it was in Lilly's best interest to find a new forever family. Lilly is sweet and social. She likes to be petted and to be in your lap. She purrs easily. She likes treats very much and gets excited when she hears the container shake. If she is unsure of a situation she may find a place to just hang back and observe for a bit, but she is not shy. She doesn't need much; she is content to just watch the birds out the window and hang out. She does fine with school age children, which she is used to from her previous home. She has always lived indoors, and has done fine in her foster home with other nice cats of varying ages. If they get too much in her space, she will remind them to back up. Lilly has not yet met any dogs, and is microchipped.
This cat has been combo-tested for Feline Leukemia and FIV, received a rabies vaccination along with all other age-appropriate vaccinations and is altered.
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