Lily was an outdoor cat living in a dirty garage, about ready to deliver her kittens when she came into foster care in late March. She was named 'Lily' because it was close to Easter. On April 1 she delivered five kittens, the last two by C-section. They have now gone on to their own homes, and this dear mom kitty needs a loving home of her own. She is very sociable, not fearful at all, and extremely lovable. While not a lap cat, she rubs against your feet and legs, and adores when you sit on the floor and pet her. She is also extremely playful with any kind of toy, especially wand toys. She plays by herself all the time also.
Lily was so starved before she came into foster care that she loves to eat, and sees all other cats as a threat to her food supply, so she is not recommended with other cats. Also, she was chased by a large dog when living in the garage, so is afraid of dogs. Since she is so adaptable and self-confident, she might be OK with young children, but is not tested with them.
She is very healthy, sleek, smooth, and firm. Also, per her foster's animal communicator (who told them about the food and dog issues), she does not want to go outside, so she would be a great cat for an apartment dweller. She has a very quiet little voice, which she uses frequently when she wants food or wants to play.
She uses the litterbox faithfully, and enjoys her wet food immensely, and will eat some dry when her wet food is all gone. She will make a loving pet for many years to come, providing great devotion and hours of enjoyment to her adopter. Would you like to fill out an Adoption Application? Adoption Application