Hi, my name is Laila Bee! I’m a gorgeous tortie looking for a home to call my own. I used to live in a house filled with cats, and I mean filled. I think there were at least 60 of us, maybe even more. It was hard to keep track. But one day a bunch of humans came in and took us all away. It was scary and strange. We went to a big rescue filled with other animals. I was really worried at first, but then the humans got us all cleaned up, and treated our ear infections, and gave us vaccines. I was there with some of the other cats I lived with for a while, then one day they loaded 4 of us up and we went for a long drive. At the end we were here, at Cat Care Society. They noticed my cough, and after taking some x-rays and listening to me, I was diagnosed with asthma. I’m still getting used to the medication, but it is really nice being able to breath so well. The people here are really nice. And it’s nice to not have quite as many cats around. I would really like to go to a home, where it’s just me, or just me and one or two other cats. I never knew what I was missing, it’s nice to get attention just for me. I am a little bit shy at first, but I warm up really quickly. I don’t like to be picked up, because that’s kind of scary, but I love to cuddle! Come in and meet me today, maybe I could be the perfect cat for you!
Laila Bee is a part of our Perpet-U-Care program. Please click the link to find out more: http://www.catcaresociety.org/adoptions/perpet-u-care
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