If Zula could talk, she'd tell you, 'Girls just wanna have fun!' This gorgeous, longhaired Torbie has a goofy side that shines through when she plays with other kitties or wakes up from a nap and looks at you with her tongue sticking out. (Don't worry; there's nothing wrong with her mouth. She's just a character!) Born in 2010, Zula is in good health. When she first arrived at the Sanctuary from an Arizona rescue group, she accepted pets while she was inside a cat carrier or tower. Now that she's got the run of the place, she'd rather be scatting about. But she's so adorable that you just want to snuggle her Â something her caregivers hope may be possible someday. Could you be the one to embrace Zula someday?
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