Meet Lilly Adoption Pending
Meet Jilly and Lilly! These two sweet girls are quiet and affectionate once they get to know you! Jilly is the more outgoing of the two, but both of these girls appreciate affection and love from the people they know! These girls love to snuggle up together, and play with their toys when they’re done napping. These two love getting treats, and can be pretty easily to hop up into your lap when you have something they like!
Jilly and Lilly were exposed to Calicivirus in their previous home. This virus can be contagious to other cats, and we recommend their new home does some research before taking them home. Due to their exposure, it would be best if they went to a home without any other cats.
***In order to protect the health of our staff, volunteers and members of the public during the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve made changes to our adoption process.
1. View profile: adopt.spca.bc.ca
2. Submit an application: spca.bc.ca/adoption/application-forms/
3. Staff will contact you to set up an appointment to come in for a visit!
**Please note due to the high volume of applications only the successful candidate will be contacted**
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- Days in care: 115
- Approximate age: 1 year old
- Pet Type: Cat
- Breed: Domestic Medium Hair
- Colour: Tortoiseshell
- Weight: 4.1 kg
- Sex: Female
- Location: Abbotsford Branch, Abbotsford B.C.
- Animal ID: 536443
- Bonded With: Jilly Adoption Pending
- Spay or neuter surgery is included with the adoption of all dogs, cats and rabbits.
- Adoption fees
CompatibilityImportant: The history and compatibility of an animal is not always known. If certain compatibility criteria have been identified, they will be listed here or in the animal's description.
- OK With Cats
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