Meet Wilma! This beautiful lady is mellow, easy-going and very sweet. Once she gets to know you she will affectionately nuzzle your hand, eager to be pet. Wilma has a playful side and is always up for chasing her favorite wand toy.
Wilma makes the perfect quiet companion. She will meow when it’s time for breakfast or dinner, but otherwise she is not a very vocal cat. She will happily lounge near her loved ones—totally content with just being in the company of her favorite people.
Wilma’s nose can be a bit congested at times, but she is a happy, healthy kitty.
This friendly cat would like to find a quiet home with kids 10-and-up. She is interested in feline friends, and with a gradual introduction, she may be able to live with another cat.
Office Foster Cat - As part of our adoption program, some of our feline friends have the opportunity to live in ASPCA team members' offices. Living in an office allows cats to have a more comfortable and domestic living space, and allows our behaviorists to learn more about each individual kitty's personality and needs. Through the office foster program, we are able to offer adopters a clearer picture of how their new feline friend will adjust to life in a permanent home. If you are interested in meeting one of our office foster cats, please first call our Adoptions department at (212) 876-7700 ext. 4120. Our team will provide you with more information about meeting this cat.
If you're interested in adopting please call our Adoptions department at (212) 876-7700, ext. 4120. For more information on adopting from the ASPCA, please visit www.aspca.org/adoptionsteps.
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