Grandma is a sweet senior rescued from a cat colony. She had a flea allergy and the ants were attacking her skin, leaving sores on her, mas after a shave, bath, and flea medicine, she has recovered. As she was used to living away from people, her first tendency is to hide, but it doesn't take long for her to come out for pets. She just loves attention.
As she is a senior, it is unclear if she has been spayed, but she did receive her vaccinations and is now up to date. She would love to be an only child and have someone all to herself to pet her. She loves rubbing her face on her human.
Contact: Julie 510-677-1050
Email: Cris at firstname.lastname@example.org
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