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Tiger Lily is a gentle and sweet, 10-year-old, front-declawed female pastel tortoiseshell cat looking for a loving guardian.
This six-pound girl was found bedraggled, emaciated, covered with fleas, and wandering stray in Chicago. She wasn’t wearing a collar with tags, and she was microchipped but not registered. So, her original owner was never found.
After eating dog food at a neighbor’s house, she came to Friends of Petraits Rescue where she wolfed down three plates of food, got a flea bath and slept for about 36 hours straight.
She’s now in a fabulous foster home and doing beautifully. She loves watching out the windows at the cityscape, snoozing on the windowsills and couch. She has excellent litter box habits. She’s very sweet with humans and with the proper introduction, we think she’d be fine with other gentle cats.
She appears to be a healthy senior, spayed, front declawed, microchipped and tested negative for viruses. She had full bloodwork and will be vaccinated prior to adoption.
Tiger Lily’s adoption fee of $100 benefits the rescued pets of Friends of Petraits Rescue.
If you’re interested in meeting and possibly adopting Tiger Lily, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an adoption application.
She is currently being fostered in Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood.
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