Location: Tucson, AZ
Age: 2 years, 4 months
Posted on: 4/16/2022
Posted by: Individual
Willow urgently needs a foster home
Why is fostering needed?
I became chronically ill 2.5 years ago, lost everything, moved into an abusive family household and I chose to be chronically ill and homeless rather than chronically ill and abused. My super sweet, goofball, cuddly yet anxious kitty needs a home of someone with a lot of patience, and love to give. She demands cuddles and attention by the way. She has to be the only cat in a household, her living the rest of her life hiding in a closet due to anxiety and fear of other animals sounds miserable, I don’t want her miserable, I want her standing tall and able to roam her kingdom. She was just diagnosed with asthma and I do not have the funds to provide for her inhaler treatment and she is not responding well to the oral steroid pills side effect wise. I don’t want her out of my life, my life situation will just not allow me to keep her 🙁 🙁 someone help my beautiful girl live a long, happy and spoiled life!
How long is fostering needed for?
Until a forever home for pet is found
She’s an anxious cat and requires lots of love and patience, but once out of her shell and you’ve proven she can trust you, let the endless love, cuddles and attention flood in. She will throw up when super stressed, so helping her to not be stressed is a must. She likes kitty anxiety music on youtube. She does best with 2 or 3 scheduled playtimes a day, followed by wet food. She is only an indoor cat, she would not survive outdoors. She cannot have seafood in her food, have to read labels becomes sometimes the food says “chicken” but they add seafood in the ingredients. She loves sleeping with you under a light blanket, like a kitty fort between your legs covered in a blanket. She’s just amazing…
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