DOB: May 5, 2005
Riley is a beautiful Bombay mix. She is a loving, playful cat that currently has started to demand more attention of her foster mom. A new, younger foster in the house has brought that out of her. Riley loves to chase and wrestle other cats. She is currently being chased by the new foster and loves that too for a change.
Riley likes to climb up on the cupboard to nap (something she’s not supposed to do) but she gives herself away because she “talks” in her sleep.
Riley also loves to eat. Cat food, human food, bugs and, basically, anything left on the floor will end up in her mouth. Because of this love of food, Riley has learned how to sit (and could probably learn more tricks). She is a moocher though and will sit by you, hoping you drop a piece of food on the floor. She is very good if you tell her no – she will not bother you.
Everyone who has met Riley has fallen in love with her. But they are usually at their cat limit and cannot adopt her.
No dogs please!
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