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Willow

Please call 206-557-4661 for more information on Willow!

Willow

Weight: 10 pounds
Likes: Playing and catnaps
Special Considerations: Prefers a home with no cats or children; twice daily gabapentin due to stress/behavior

In the rescue environment, Willow was extremely overwhelmed and preferred to be left alone. Now in foster, she is more comfortable and showing her loving side. She enjoys cuddling with her fosters, gets zoomies, and likes to play with toys. Willow can be unpredictable and will swat or bite if she is not in the mood, so her future home should be patient and willing to work with her. Willow takes twice daily gabapentin, and has a history of needing eye medication off and on. She has reportedly been okay with respectful dogs in the past, though we have not tested her at the rescue due to her stress level.

Willow is microchipped and fully vetted.

Species: Cat

Breed: Domestic shorthair

Age: 4 years

Gender: Female

Size: Small

Color: Brown tabby

Spayed/Neutered: Spayed

Declawed: No

Willow

Please call 206-557-4661 for more information on Willow!

Weight: 10 pounds
Likes: Playing and catnaps
Special Considerations: Prefers a home with no cats or children; twice daily gabapentin due to stress/behavior

In the rescue environment, Willow was extremely overwhelmed and preferred to be left alone. Now in foster, she is more comfortable and showing her loving side. She enjoys cuddling with her fosters, gets zoomies, and likes to play with toys. Willow can be unpredictable and will swat or bite if she is not in the mood, so her future home should be patient and willing to work with her. Willow takes twice daily gabapentin, and has a history of needing eye medication off and on. She has reportedly been okay with respectful dogs in the past, though we have not tested her at the rescue due to her stress level.

Willow is microchipped and fully vetted.