Status / Details
Adopted by Milada & Boris
This pretty girl was left OTC at the shelter. OTC means “Over the Counter” so her family brought her in. We will never know why. We do know she is beautiful and her eyes are so blue and her nose so pink. We know she has little white mitted feet. We know she is affectionate and wants to bury her head in your hand, pushing down so hard. She is a darling.
Coco wants to be around her humans. She wants to follow you around and help with whatever chores you are doing. She is very sociable. We have not had her long at all so she is not entirely relaxed with us and she was so recently scared in the shelter. Still, she is showing us she is a cozy lap cat.With us, as relative strangers, she wants to be making the choice to get on a lap or not right now but she is really very good natured. Having been a Ragdoll foster mom for many years I would say she is doing much better than most I have had in similar circumstances. Ragdolls can get so depressed and mope and not eat. Not Coco, and she loves her food.
Coco is a healthy girl. She does need a dental cleaning and we are getting that done for her on Jan 8th. After that she will be ready to go home.She would be happy to be an only cat or perhaps to live with a quiet, older non aggressive cat. I haven’t seen her around dogs. I do think she would like a quieter home without young noisy kids or barking, bouncing dogs.
She is a great, soft, warm companion sort of kitty who will make her peace loving owners very happy.
Coco eats mostly dry food and is litterbox perfect.
Coco is spayed, vaccinated, FELV tested, dewormed, and microchipped.
She is fostered by Harriet in Santa Cruz.
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