Meet our senior girl, Presley. Eight years ago, she was adopted from PZF as a cute, cuddly kitten. However, we recently got a call from the shelter advising us that her owner was no longer able to keep her, and she had been surrendered. How very sad for Presley. She had lived in the same home since kitten hood and suddenly she found herself uprooted and living in a cage in a strange, noisy place.
When PZF retrieved her from the shelter, she was understandably traumatized and bewildered. All of our volunteers have come to see the potential in this sweet, gentle girl. We have found that she loves to be gently petted and brushed, and will lick her favorite cat treat right off our fingers!
This senior gal is in excellent health, had complete blood work, including viral testing, and has just had a complete dental. So, she's ready to go when you are.
If you look into Presley's big, beautiful eyes, you can see that she is longing for affection and human warmth. She is asking for a second chance in a quiet home with people who would be patient and understand her situation. If you open your home and your heart to her, Presley will reward you many times over with faithful feline companionship, love and gratitude. Presley is hoping to be back in a real home soon. Won't you make that yours?
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