Facts about Harlow *Video*
- Breed: Domestic Shorthair
- Color: Cream Or Ivory
- Age: Adult
- Sex: Female
- ID#: 4730550
- Hair: Short
My name is Harlow *Video*!
Harlow *Video*'s Info...
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
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Harlow is spayed. Harlow is tested negative for FIV/FeLV and current on vaccines. Approx. DOB is May 2012.
Harlow and her brother Tristin were found on the streets. Tristin has found his forever home and Harlow is hoping to find forever home soon too.
Harlow is buff color with very soft fur. She is fun loving, laid back, and very sweet. She sometimes likes to hold a conversation with her foster mom. Harlow gets along with all her foster brothers and sisters. Harlow is somewhat interested in exercise and yoga. When her foster mom takes out her yoga mat to workout, Harlow comes running and will lay on the end of mat watching her foster mom work out. When her foster mom lays her head down on the mat, Harlow will sometimes put her paw on her foster mom’s head. When it’s time to take a nap, Harlow will jump in bed right next to her foster mom. She jumps on her foster mom’s lap for attention and starts purring as soon as her foster mom touches her. Harlow’s favorite toy is a little bell. She carries a bell around in her mouth then drops it and plays with it all over the house. One of her favorite things to do with the bell is to push it under the closet door and try to get it back. Every time her mom comes into the bedroom, Harlow meows for her to open the closet so she can get her bell out. When the doors or windows are open in the house, you will find Harlow right there talking to the birds hanging out on the lawn. If you happen to find Harlow sitting in the tub, she is waiting for someone to turn the water on so she can drink from it. It is something she learned from one of her foster mom’s cats.
If interested in adopting Harlow, please fill out an application online at www.nar.rescuegroups.org
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