This beautifully dark tabby was found in Northeast Philly with her paw stuck in a fence. She was taken to the vet and treated with antibiotics and pain meds and her swollen paw has now completely healed! She is spayed and FeLV/FIV negative. Her painful incident with the fence now seems like such a distant memory. Cosette spends most of her time contemplating one question. A question that recurs each and every day. Which cushion should I sleep on? The red or green one? Once she arrives at an answer, she plops down and spends the day comfortably dreaming. Her dreams can make miss her out on some of the day's fun so it's incumbent on you to give her a loving poke and let her eyes readjust to light. Once you wake her up, she loves being held and curled up in a lap. She can also be playful at times, chasing wands or the hopelessly uncatchable red dot of a laser pointer. She is very tiny. Especially her tail, which narrows to an almost impossibly narrow point. And she can occasionally have the look of an owl as her face scrunches and she stares at you with a confused look. She gets along fine with other cats and is great with dogs too!
If you want to meet Cosette, please submit an application on our website: application.
And if you can't adopt but would like to help, fostering is always an option! Either fostering Cosette or one (or more) of our other irresistibly cute feline companions.
You can also schedule a play date and meet some of our affectionate rescues by visiting Le Cat Cafe. Schedule a visit today!
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