Tulita is a beautiful playful cat. She has a cute little meow and is very well behaved. She will curl up in bed with you at night and dutifully follows you from room to room. She loves being pet, but is not a very cuddly cat. She likes to know that you are there, but doesn't like to be crowded.
Tulita loves her playtime, anything with tassels will get attacked. She loves her stick toys and will chase pieces of string happily for hours! She loves to stare at you without blinking and will give you some rather amusing silent meows. She is a lazy cat who just loves life.
When Tulita's previous owner passed away she was kicked out onto the street by the next-of-kin. Luckily after a couple of weeks the neighbours got her help and she was rescued. Tulita was really stressed out and anxious when she first arrived at her foster home, and refused to eat (you can tell she used to be a well fed cat as she has lots of excess fur from her weight loss). She is a very picky eater, and her appetite is growing every day, so in the right home with some gentle encouragement she will be back to her usually tubby self in no time!
Tulita is a wonderful, friendly, easy going cat. She would best suit a home with no other pets and no children as she is used to the quiet life. She would make an amazing companion animals. Her foster family will be sad to see her go, and hope she find her perfect home... hopefully with you!
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