Lola was an owner surrender at CACC with her 3 babies, who were about 3 weeks old. Lola was being too rough with the granddaughter in the family so they gave up the whole litter. One day in foster care Lola was throwing up a lot, worried we took her to the vet for x-rays. She was okay, but this is when we found out that Lola was abused. On the x-rays we saw that she had a broken tail (nearly at the base) AND a BB gun pellet was imbedded in by her knee. On top of this, one of Lola's kittens also has a broken tail. We are pretty confident someone was not treating this family right.
Lola is very sensitive about her tail, so we do not recommend young children that do not understand boundaries. We are working on introducing her to dogs, but right now they are not her favorite. She does get along with other cats, but does seem to prefer the company of other females more than males. Lola is a inquisitive young momma, who has taken wonderful care of her babies. She loves to be petted and enjoys a good lazer pointer game.
Lola's adoption fee is $100 which includes her spay, vaccines (rabies and distemper), deworming, revolution treatment, is felv/fiv negative, and microchipping. If you are interested in adopting, please fill out an application at www.chicagoanimaladvocates.com or shoot us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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