Lily has taken awhile to get used to the idea that people are able to be trusted. Now that she has calmed down and decided that living in a house is a good thing, she has become very affectionate, likes to be petted, and puts her forehead up repeatedly for kisses. She still gets nervous when she is picked up though. She has a few toys she likes and uses a variety of scratchers. She has been very interested in the other cats in her foster home, both older and younger, so she will probably be fine with other cats. It is unknown how she is around dogs.
Since it has taken her several months to get used to people, she is going to need an experienced cat family who will be patient with her while she learns to trust them. She does startle to loud noises and sudden movements, so a quiet home without young children would be best.
It is estimated Lily was born around May 2013. She is spayed, and tested negative for FIV and FeLV. She is current on her vaccinations and has been micro-chipped.
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