Cordelia, a 5 year-old gentlewoman, came to us a few weeks ago and is being fostered by one of our star volunteers, who writes:
“As for her backstory, she was found on the street roughly 4 years ago by a UChicago student, who took her in and then gave her to some friends. Those friends are the ones that cared for her for most of college and the year after, moving her around from apartment to apartment as they did. They’d like Cordelia to have a bit more stability and consistent love & company than they were able to provide.
Cordelia so far has been an impressively good house cat. She is very clean, uses her litter box like a champ (and doesn’t track litter all over the place!), and has not once scratched my furniture, opting for her scratching posts instead. She’s a little overweight, although she doesn’t eat that much. Cordelia’s also pretty low-maintenance, she is mostly just content sitting on the couch with me and doesn’t need much more stimulation than a scratch behind the ears. I could imagine her as doing really well with a family or older owners who don’t want a super energetic or destructive kitten.”
Take a gaze into Cordelia’s beautiful green eyes and contact firstname.lastname@example.org to meet her today!