Majestic - Chatty - Relaxed
Look at that perfect face, split between black and gold, with huge green eyes! Who could resist it? Her name is Pretty, and never was there a more aptly named cat. But she's not just a pretty face. This little tortie has the sweetest personality, too. Her favorite thing in the world is to be petted by you, and to sleep in bed with you at night. Pretty is a mature lady and no longer interested in chasing after toys. She'd much rather spend that time lounging around next to you. She is one chatty lady, and loves to carry on a conversation with you. You can talk to her, and she'll talk right back. It's so endearing to see her trying so hard to communicate! Of course, love has its own language, so no need for words. Her purr when you hold her will tell you everything you need to hear.
While she has nothing but love and purrs for other cats and all humans - including children --, Pretty is not a fan of dogs. She will do best in a home where she can get lots of attention from her special humans, and where she's allowed bedroom privileges, as she loves to snuggle up next to you at night.
Pretty has stomatitis which is an inflammation of the mouth. It is typically resolved through removal of teeth and supportive care. She currently requires some extra medical care which may include medications and specialized diet. For more information, please contact APA!
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