This not-so-little-one is ironically named Little One! At around12 years old, Little One was surrendered to Philly's animal control shelter because a member of her former family developed allergies and could not keep her. The shelter is no place for any cat, especially not an older one. But luckily, a COEL foster family was excited to welcome her to their home so she could safely search for her future home!
Little One may be a senior cat by age, but she has great energy and loves to play - especially with string toys! While she may take a little while to warm up to new people, once she knows you, she'll be your hilarious best friend! She loves attention. Head, ears, and cheek scratches are her favorite! She'll roll over to show you her round belly, almost inviting you to give her belly rubs, but as most cats will tell you - its a trick! Little One is currently living with other cats but is a bit shy when meeting new felines so would appreciate an appropriate, slow introduction to your resident cats. We're not sure if she's ever lived with dogs but would probably be happiest in a home with other low-key pets who won't push her to interact or play. Little One is a bit overweight but nothing that a continued healthy diet couldn't fix! Thinking of adding a hilarious, sweet (chunky) kitty to your family? Perhaps Little One is your girl!
Little One is available for adoption through City of Elderly Love. She is spayed, vaccinated and microchipped. She is also front-declawed and FIV & FeLV negative. Interest in meeting her? Visit www.cityofelderlylove.org to complete an online adoption questionnaire or email us at email@example.com!
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