Gracie – Very loving cat and willing to be a lap cat in the right home. She is quiet, but always at your feet letting you know she is there… in a good way. She has some health issues, some of which we are still trying to figure out. She is on a special diet (Royal Cannin Urinary SO) and we are trying to figure out if she has a food allergy, environmental allergy or some other skin condition that causes her to itch at her ears and belly. She is currently on medication to keep that under control. That being said, she is a great cat for a quiet home and she will love those that love her unconditionally. It breaks my heart to let her go, but she isn't doing well in a home with small child. She sees me out every morning and welcomes me home every afternoon. When our son goes to bed, she is never far from my feet and typically sleeps with me at night. Very gentle and soft spoken cat, but says more with her actions and the look in her eyes. Extremely lovable cat.
She would be best in a home where she is the only pet. A quiet home where she is the center of attention would be best.
Gracie is easy going with adults, but does not like children or other animals.
Gracie has been living with her sister (Roxies - see Roxie's adoption listing for details.) The two of them can be adopted together or separate. Neither of them have adjusted well to having a child introduced to the home.
We have a lot of supplies we are willing to donate with Gracie to lessen the upfront costs. We are running out of options with her. She is being surrendered because she isn't adjusting well to have a child in the house.
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