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Facts about Lilly
- Breed: Domestic Shorthair
- Color: Brown Tabby
- Age: Young
- Sex: Female
- ID#: 5538592-W498
- Hair: Short
My name is Lilly!
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, not good with kids, not good with dogs, and good with cats.
Lilly is a beautiful, incredibly sweet, very shy, 9-month-old brown tabby. Semi-feral, starving, and flea-ridden, when we found her, Lilly now enjoys a few affectionate pets each day, sometimes sleeps on our bed, and always wants to be with our other foster cats. She loves ALL cats. If you think your cat is lonely and are looking for a buddy for them, Lilly is your gal. We have had five to ten other cats come through our home since getting Lilly and despite their initial resistance, she befriended every one of them. She is a remarkable introvert when it comes to humans, but goes out of her way to connect with other felines.
Lilly has moments where she purrs and rolls around on the floor asking for pets, but oftentimes prefers being fingers reach away. She thrives on familiar routines and is most comfortable when she understands the situation and what is expected. I have done a bit of training with her to build her confidence and her memory and problem solving skills are extraordinary! She will perform a trick she watched another cat do months before and then wait patiently for her treat. Aside from tricks, Lilly is a big fan of hunting insects, playing on our cat tree, and sleeping in sock drawers.
Ideally, you will be an experienced cat-person: calm, patient, loving, quiet, sensitive, and playful. If you want a cat not completely dependent upon you or if you want another cat as a buddy for your current cat, Lilly would be a great fit.
Lilly would not do well with children or dogs, but, as we have said, would love to be with another cat; a confident buddy her own age or a “teen” she can trust to help her feel comfortable in her new home. Although she craves love and affection, she is not a fan of change and will likely need a little bit longer to adjust to her new home.If you are interested in learning more about Lily or in adopting her, please click here to email her foster parent.
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