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My name is Lily!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Houston, Texas - Lily
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Houston, Texas - Lily
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Facts about Lily

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black (All)
  • Age: Senior
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: C0125
  • Hair: Short
If you would like more information about Lily or are interested in adopting her, please send an email to knramos26@gmail.com

Lily’s personality:
Friendly, sweet, shy, not in the least bit aggressive (she has never bitten or even so much
as hissed at me), cuddly (her favorite thing is curling up on your lap while you watch tv
or up against your back as you go to sleep)

Lily’s needs:
An indoor home with lots of lap/cuddle time, and no dogs. She gets stressed out around
dogs, and she will mark the walls near her litter box. I have tried Feliway, “calm” food,
amitriptyline, no-mark sprays, etc. and none of this has helped so it really needs to be a
dog free place.

Unsure of:
Not sure whether other cats would be okay. She got along fabulously with my brother’s
cat as a kitten, but now that she is eight that may be different. It would definitely need
to be a non-aggressive cat. She’s never been around kids so I don’t know how she would
act with them. I don’t think she would bite or scratch (I’ve never seen her do that,
period), but they might stress her out.

Why I can’t keep her:
I adopted Lily when I was in college and while she has been a sweet and loving little
companion for me these past eight years, I have recently moved in with my boyfriend
and our three dogs are just too much for her.

This animal posted is not under the care, custody, or control of Friends For Life and shall at no time be considered the property of Friends For Life. Friends For Life makes no claims to have evaluated the behavior or medical status of the animal posted. Friends For Life shall not incur any liability for any injury or damages to any person or property caused in the future by this animal, nor from any causes of action, claim or demand that may arise as a result of such injury or damage.

This listing is strictly in the spirit of our commitment that providing support to the independent rescuer community is a valuable step on the path to a No Kill Houston. We know networking works and to the extent that we can provide a platform for animals to be seen and placed, that is our intention.

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