February 1st, 2021

–THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING; THIS CAT IS NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. FOR MORE INFO ON LUNA, PLEASE CONTACT AMY AT THE PHONE/EMAIL BELOW–

Luna is a beautiful 7 year old spayed tortoise-shell tabby who came to us as an abandoned kitten.  She is very outgoing and bright, and absolutely loves to be pet and scratched.  While not really a lap cat, and sometimes a bit “spicy”, she is a sweet girl who loves attention and to play with toys. 

For her first 4 years, Luna lived comfortably alongside two other cats and our family dog.  She was not always friendly with the cats, but loves the dog and learned to at least tolerate her feline friends.  Unfortunately, when one of our cats passed away and we brought a new cat into the family, she reacted very badly.  She never really warmed up to him and started urinating inappropriately around the house.  We had her evaluated for urinary disease and kept trying to slowly introduce the two.  Unfortunately, while she learned to tolerate him, her inappropriate urination continued.

For the last couple of years, Luna has been doing well as an “only child” in an indoor basement room with her own toys, heated basket, and exclusive use of a large outdoor catio.  While this is not a bad life, we certainly feel that she would enjoy more human companionship than we are able to give her.  We are hoping that someone will be interested in giving this loving older cat the attention she deserves!

She reliably uses her litter box in her “apartment” and never urinated inappropriately in there, so we are pretty confident she would do well in a small home where she is the only cat.  She would likely also befriend a dog, if that dog has experience living with a cat and doesn’t chase or tease.  Occasionally my daughter takes her for walks on a lead, so that is an option for her as well.

We would happily take her back from any situation that did not work out.  She is not unhappy, just a little lonely, I fear. 

Luna’s last vet exam was in September of 2018.  She received a clean bill of health and is rabies vaccinated through late 2021.  We would happily have her looked at again, or pay for a vet visit at the provider of your choice, should you decide she is the kitty for you.  And, of course, we would send along her favorite toys and heated basket!

Thanks for considering providing a home for this lovely lady.  I am more than happy to answer any questions you might have. Amy — 503-757-8163 or zoocuttinga@gmail.com

 

Amy   503-757-8163 or zoocuttinga@gmail.com

 







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