Dolly “the Diva” is a 10-year-old, 14lb, short-haired cinnamon-colored tabby. She is a sweet kitty who loves to cuddle and be your best friend. Not only is she affectionate but she thrives on being the center of attention. She will give you “love bites,” sleep with you and likes to snuggle.
This girl is a pro at seeking out the comfiest spot for a nap — a throw blanket, a squishy pillow, or a welcoming lap! She sleeps with her foster mom every night and loves any and all guests who come to visit. We think she may be half dog/half cat :=)
Dolly is primarily an indoor cat, but does enjoy going outside for short periods during the day and would like to be adopted by someone who will continue to let her do that. She prefers a home where someone is around to interact with her as she misses her human(s) if left alone for too many hours. If she’s alone all day, she’ll want to wrap around your legs and get under your feet when you return home.
She has a cute, stubby little tail and beautiful markings. Dolly has been around other cats and dogs and does okay with them. She is very good at establishing boundaries with dogs and will hiss/swipe at them if they get too close, but it’s simply a warning – like a true Diva! If she’s to live with other animals they need to be passive and let her be the boss.
She is a bit chubby and needs to lose some weight. She is extremely food motivated but not picky about what she eats. Her foster mom has been giving her smaller portions to help her lose weight.
Dolly’s guardian passed away a few years ago and a friend took Dolly in to prevent her from going to a shelter. The friend ended up keeping Dolly for about 4 years. When she could no longer care for her Dolly came to Golden Oldies. Dolly adjusted quickly to her foster home and showed no signs of stress.
Can you give this older kitty her second chance at happiness?
For more information, call Golden Oldies at 831-200-9700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Golden Oldies cats are spayed or neutered, current on vaccinations, microchipped, up-to-date with flea control, have had a senior blood panel and are FELV/FIV negative.