(when grown) -
Spayed or Neutered,
Rolanda was adopted as a kitten from Friends for Life, but fate brought her back to us recently as a stray. This independent girl is looking for a forever home that can accommodate her outstanding personality and slight, visual impairment. Rolanda is a sweet lover and, as an older cat, she can be a bit grumpy at first, but quickly warms up to people and other mature cats. Rolanda likes her space but is drawn to friendly voices and needs cuddles. She has had a tough go at life and has the scars to prove it but that does not stop her from being a loving companion. In her forever home, she will sit next to you on the couch, hang out on the bed, and be a buddy who will always be nearby, as she is full of trust and love. She would do best by herself, but may tolerate other older, independent cats like her, and will do her best in an adult only home. Rolanda is visually impaired in one eye, but has no issues navigating stairs, cat forts and her favorite window perches to meow, squeak, and chirp at the birds outside. She relies on lifelong daily eyedrops for Glaucoma, which she tolerates well. This confident lady will need a calm and predictable home with a family that will allow her time to transition and warm up to them, but she will give her all as she seeks human contact and affection.Rolanda is currently living in a foster home so contact CatAdoptions@azfriends.org to arrange a meet and greet with her.Click the link above to see a video of Rolanda in her foster home.All animals are altered, vaccinated, microchipped, dewormed, licensed (dogs). Cats tested for FELV/FIV. Dogs tested for Heartworm. All animals are available to the first family that is a good match, and if we have more than one animal who is a good match, there will be a lottery for all matches. Note that families must have come in to our adoption center and spoken with an adoption counselor prior to any lottery (when we have lotteries, they usually occur on Saturday mornings).