Does your pet need a pet?
Meet Lorna, the cat's cat. If your cat is lonely and needs some feline company, then Lorna is the girl for you! Her sweet nature makes her an excellent companion to all cats - she'll play with them and groom them all day long. When her foster brother was sick with an upset tummy, Lorna sat next to him under the table the entire day to keep him company! If you are worried about your own kitty, never fear, Lorna can always be counted on for love and affection towards her fellow felines. Too sweet
Perhaps something in her past made poor Lorna timid around humans, but she is hesitant to receive petting. It breaks my heart to see that Lorna has so much love to give and just does not know how to share it with humans. This might change over time when she is comfortable in her forever home with 1 or 2 other cats.
Lorna is a playful girl - plays chase with the other cats and with her toys. She also loves to watch the birds from the window. She does not know what to make of them but she knows they need watching.
She is a petite tortie - black and orange fur - with stunning gold eyes. She has a soft meow which she uses to announce that it is time for dinner.
If you are looking for the perfect companion for your cat, please consider adopting Lorna.
If you are interested in learning more about Lorna or in adopting her, please click here to email her foster parent.
If you are unable to send an email to the foster parent through the link included above, please contact us and let us know what kitty you're interested in. You may also fill out our adoption questionnaire to speed up the screening process. Be sure to name the cat in the CAT PREFERENCE field at the beginning of the questionnaire. If the above links aren't live, our contact form and questionnaire are available on our website at www.kittenrescue.org.
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