Its really no secret how this lovely lady got her name - meet Beauty! This 9 year old Tortoiseshell found herself homeless, along with her sister August, after their owner passed away. Luckily, Beauty and August were able to bypass the shelter system thanks to their owner's family taking them in and finding them placement with a rescue! Both ladies are now on the hunt for their forever homes.
The first thing people say when they see Beauty is "wow, that's a big cat" and while we were worried that it might give Beauty a bit of a complex, its obvious that she's a secure lady who knows how gorgeous she is! Beauty may be a little more reserved than her sister, but its only because she's experienced a lot of changes recently. She's taken them in stride though and can't wait to get back to doing her favorite things in a new home such as snuggling up on the couch with her humans, getting lots of head pets, and perching in a window to watch the world go by! Beauty and August recently lived with a dog and didn't pay him much attention. She would likely do well in a home with friendly, low-key pets like herself. Though she and her sister have always lived together, they are not overly bonded and don't necessarily need to go to the same home. Though it would be wonderful for them to be adopted together. Beauty is going to make one lucky family very happy and can't wait to do just that!
Beauty is currently residing at City of Elderly Love's adoption kennels at Pet Supplies Plus in Phoenixville, PA! You can stop by any day to meet her at 700 Nutt Rd. Phoenixville, PA 19460.
Beauty is available for adoption through City of Elderly Love. She is spayed, vaccinated and microchipped. She was also front-declawed prior to coming to the rescue and is FIV & FeLV negative. Interested in adopting her? Visit www.cityofelderlylove.org to complete an online adoption questionnaire or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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