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Grace

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GRACE

Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Gender: Female
Age: 12 years
Size: Small

 

Energy Level: Low
Litter trained? yes
Kids? No thank you! 
Cats? No thank you! 
Dogs? No thank you! 
Medical Needs: I have not been feeling well since coming into WAG, they are currently working on a diagnosis with my veterinary team 

About Me:

Grace had settled into the shelter and was a fan favorite, loved by staff and volunteers, it didn't take us long to notice she wasn't feeling well. Grace found a foster home who can monitor her closely and keep her cozy while we figure out what is causing her discomfort.

 

Hi, I'm Grace!

I am still a little nervous about my new surroundings but am slowly coming out of my shell each and every day.

I can be easily spooked by loud noises, but I am gaining confidence in my new surroundings.

I like head scratches and butt scratches and like to be brushed!

I am pretty easy going and like to lounge in hidy holes

I prefer to get cuddles and chin scratches rather than any type of play.

I have a little croak to my mew’s, when visitors come to my room I love to say ‘hello, hi, I’m so happy you’re here’

I also LOVE to help out when it's time for computer work!

Keep an eye on my profile as I become more comfortable at the shelter, the staff will keep updating!

I hope my forever family will keep me safe and happy for my long life to come!

 

My Purrrfect Match

  • will be ready for a 15+ year commitment!
  • will provide lots of enrichment, scratching towers, toys, catio etc.
  • will keep my health in mind and take me into the vet for yearly checkups.
  • give me time to adjust to my new surroundings
  • set me up for success if I am expected to move into a home with new animals or young kids
  • will keep me safe and happy, forever.

My Story:

My owner loved me, but I was no longer happy in my home. The other animal caused me stress. It was with a heavy heart that she had to give me up, she knew that WAG would provide me the best care until they found me a new family.

If you can't adopt me, please consider donating to my care.