Gloria has been waiting for her time to shine!!
This young mama came in heavily pregnant and raised 7 beautiful babies that have now all found their furever homes.
Gloria is now focusing on herself and getting back to her regular day to day.
This usually involves playing with lots of toys, scaling her scratch post and peering out her bedroom window.
This little lady will be looking for a home with no dogs, but had previously lived with other cats.
She is great with all people and is big on cuddles.
Gloria is a curious girl and would love a protected outdoor space, such as a catio, to feel the breeze and watch the birds safely.
If you are interested in Gloria and think you could make all her summer dreams come true, please fill out the application below and feel free to call or email the branch directly for any further inquiries.
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