already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, and declawed.
Princess Lorraine's Info...
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, and declawed.
Princess Lorraine's Story...
Princess Lorraine's Story...
Did you notice how beautiful I am? I'm a princess, you know! Princess Lorraine!
I was adopted from this very shelter many years ago. I've lived with my human ever since, but he had to go far away on something called military service. It was very hard to say goodbye, but he told me this is where I'll find a new human to love. I sure hope so!
I see that I'm classified as a senior on my paperwork. Sheesh!
I really don't like telling people my age. You know, because then they start judging me. Has that ever happened to you? I wish people would just get to know the real me. I don't feel a day past 6!
What's my secret to staying so youthful? I like to think it's my positive, happy approach to life. Oh, and I have so many interests! In my past life, I had a wide circle of friends, including a DOG! We even slept together! I enjoy watching birds and squirrels. And every so often a fly gets in the house, and I need to take him out. You know, all that really cool cat stuff.
I'm a great listener, so if you've had a rough day, I'll be right there, snuggling in your lap and gazing adoringly at you. Oh, and I love to tell you all about my day, too. I'm quite talkative! I enjoyed meeting the gentle, respectful children who came to visit. I love spending time with my peeps. Really, whatever they're doing, I'm all in!
If you stop by to meet me, I'll start purring and making biscuits. And I have the softest, plushest fur, so I'm a fabulous cuddle buddy.
My front claws have been removed, so I'll need to be strictly an indoor cat. That's fine by me, because all I want in life is to be near my human.
Are you ready to share your life with a exceptionally loving, friendly cat who is young at heart? Hurry on down to the shelter to meet me!
The mission of Willamette Humane Society is to promote the welfare of animals through leadership, education, and action. Founded in 1965, we are an independent non-profit organization that shelters more than 10,000 animals every year and strives to complete families by matching pets with people.
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