Cuddles doesn't care for wet food and will only eat dry. Because she is missing the extra moisture and the animal protein provided by wet food, she should be fed a high quality, grain-free dry food with chicken or turkey as the primary ingredient, along with daily fresh water.
Cuddles had two feline companions in her foster home. She got along with them fine, but didn't especially bond with either one. If adopted into a new home with another cat, proper introduction procedures still need to be followed to ensure feline harmony. Helpful guidelines for this process can be found on our website. Cuddles would also be fine as an only cat as long as she gets plenty of human attention and isn't left alone all day.
Cuddles was born in April 2013. She has been spayed, tested negative for FIV and FeLV, is current on her vaccinations, and has been micro chipped.
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