Meow, my name is Lillian! I’m an adorable ex-feral cat from northern BC, and it has taken me a long time to adjust to you city folk! It’s coming up to my first birthday, and I’d love to find somewhere long term I can settle and feel safe.
With my unique white spots under my nose and white whiskers, my sheepy meows, and rather robust waistline you’d be forgiven for mistaking me for a small sheep! I’ve now learnt just how good it feels to do rolly polies on the rug for some big stretches, head rub my pet human, and roll over frequently for belly rubs.
I’m getting more and more chatty and spending more time out of my hiding spots every day. I am very affectionate, gentle, and have never scratched and hardly hiss. I love to play with my toys that jingle and do zoomies around the living room at night time just when my pet human is winding down to sleep.
I am hoping to find a quiet, adult-only home with someone who is patient with me and doesn’t mind giving me belly rubs once in a while. I might be scared at first, and hide for a while, but after some time I will show buckets of love you’ve never had before. I will need to be kept safely indoors.
My ideal family will have experience with under-socialized cats. I will never get over my fear and dislikes of dogs so please no doggy siblings for me!!!!
I’m currently in foster so, if you are interested in meeting her, please fill out an application online and send it to the Vancouver Branch. We look forward to hearing from you!
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- No Small Children
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