Cuddles, Cuds, The Cudz - she doesn't care what you call her! This gorgeous girl came to City of Elderly Love after finding herself homeless and in a South Jersey shelter after being found as a stray at the estimated age of 10. The shelter became full but the staff couldn't bear to see this sweet girl euthanized so reached out for help. We were happy to save this incredibly sweet girl!
Cuddles recently lived in a foster home with other cats. While she was a bit overwhelmed when meeting them and will sass them a bit to let them know they need to back off, we think she'd do well in a home with one or two other low-key, friendly cats who will let her share the best napping spots in the house. Speaking of naps, they're probably Cuddles' most favorite thing in the world! She also enjoys eating (duh!), playing with the feather wand, and meeting new people! She would do well in a family with kids since she loves attention! We're not sure if Cuddles has ever lived with dogs so would need an appropriate, slow introduction to them to ensure a smooth transition. Cuddles immediately received a dental cleaning at our vet so her pearly whites are once again pearly white. She may have some age-related vision loss and has a hard time seeing things right in front of her but that doesn't stop her jumping up on the bed, finding the best sun spots on the rug, sniffing out her food, finding the litter box, or following you around for love! Don't miss your chance at adopting this beautiful Torti!
Cuddles is currently residing at COEL's adoption kennels at Pet Supplies Plus in Phoenixville! You can stop by any day to meet her at 700 Nutt Rd. Phoenixville, PA 19460.
Cuddles is available for adoption through City of Elderly Love. She is spayed, vaccinated and microchipped. She is also FIV & FeLV negative. Interested in adopting her? Visit our website to complete an online adoption questionnaire at www.cityofelderlylove.org or email us at email@example.com!
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