This be-autiful girl is named Gracee! Gracee is a ~10 year old Domestic Shorthair with a gorgeous blue and cream-colored Dilute Torti coat. She was surrendered to Philadelphia's very full animal control shelter but rescued by a City of Elderly Love foster family just prior to being euthanized! Gracee has flourished since coming to the rescue and is now looking for her forever home!
Gracee weighs around 12 lbs. and loves, loves, loves attention. She sure is a people's cat and will lap up all the attention you give her! Besides being affectionate, Gracee is also easy-going and low-key. She can happily keep herself busy (usually by napping) while you're at work or out for the night and will gladly occupy your lap when you're home and will allow her! Gracee is currently living with other cats and while it takes her a little while to get used to new cats, she is happy to co-exist with them without issue. Gracee was surrendered to the shelter with a reported history of having litter box issues, but we have not experienced any of these issues since she joined the rescue. We did treat her for a suspected urinary tract infection, but we have a feeling that she just prefers a clean litter box like most cats! This wonderful, laid-back cat has many years and love left to offer and can't wait to complete one lucky family out there. Could it be yours?
Gracee is currently residing at our Cat Adoption Center at Dog Town, New Britain! You can stop by any day to meet her at 421 Town Center, New Britain, PA 18901!
Gracee is available for adoption through City of Elderly Love. She is already spayed, vaccinated and microchipped! She is also FIV & FeLV negative. Interested in adopting her? Visit www.cityofelderlylove.org to complete an online adoption questionnaire or email us at email@example.com!
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