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Mon, 07/01/2013 - 23:11 -- Julian
Queen
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Queen was left abandoned, thrown out by a neglectful household, but rescued by lovely neighbours who sought to help her spend her approaching senior years somewhere comfortable and kind. In their home, she is fairly calm with other animals, if introduced very slowly. She is gentle with kids, and purrs when anyone scratches the top of her head. Queen enjoys being brushed, sitting on her counter top pillow throne, and lounging lazily near her foster parent, wherever they may find themselves. She is not always looking for snuggles, but she does love sharing good company and does approach for pets often.

Queen was adopted previously, however she did not get along with the two other senior cats in household, so the perfect home would take a very slow approach to introducing her to other animals. Although they did not interact violently, it did upset the household enough to determine that she might not be the best fit for the two other cats currently in home.

We believe Queen is about seven years old. She has been vaccinated, microchipped, spayed and health checked. She does have a small fracture on one of her canine teeth that may require dental work in the future, so the right home for Queen is ready to stay on top of her health care.
More about Queen
Animal ID:22-022
Type:Cat
Breed:Angora
Sex:Female
Age:6 years 5 months
Size:L
Spayed or Neutered?:Yes
Status:Available
Location:Foster Home