I'm being cared for by: Lake County Humane Society
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Taylor
Breed: Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair Mix
Color: Brown Or Chocolate
already spayed and declawed.
I am already spayed and declawed.
My name is Taylor, and I'm a very big, beautiful 5-year-old kitty with bunny-soft fur. I truly enjoy being petted and loved on, and will rev up my purring motor and give major head-butt hugs in appreciation - but I do not like to be picked up! And when you need to discuss something, I will gladly engage in conversation because I'm also quite talkative. And I'm declawed which will meet the requirements of many lease agreements! I came to the shelter because my owner passed away, and now need to find my furever home where I will receive the one-on-one love and attention I dearly miss. I would do best in a home with older children who can respect that I do not want to be picked up and held. So if are looking for a special companion for affection and good conversation, just ask for Taylor. Please come see me!
All of our cats and kittens are spayed/neutered prior to being placed for adoption. They also receive a physical examination from our veterinarian. All of our cats receive age-appropriate vaccinations and they are treated for fleas. Our cats also receive a Feline Leukemia/FIV Combo test. All cats and dogs adopted from our facility are microchipped.
For more information, please call (440) 951-6122 or visit our website at www.lakehumane.org. Thank you for choosing adoption!
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