Willow
Willow
Willow
Willow

Status / Details

2020, Adopted

Additional Info

About Willow

Born ~2/2019, F, White Scottish Fold

Willow is a beautiful, white, long hair Scottish Fold. She has yellow eyes and her fur is extremely soft.

She is very shy and will need someone who will give her lots of time to trust and become comfortable. Once she trusts you, she will reward you with the sweetest personality but will probably always be a bit skittish. She has a very little squeak of a voice. She really loves balls with a bell in them. She will occasionally play with the wand toys. She loves to sit in a second story window and watch the comings and goings. She’s not a great jumper and does not get on the kitchen counter, usually.

Willow needs a quietish home. She would probably do well as an only kitty with lots of human love. She recently met our foster kittens and is having so much fun with them. She would do well with another kitten or an easy going adult cat who does not try to dominate or boss her. She lives with a labrador and another small mut and is fine with them, as they leave her alone and do not chase. 

Willow has very narrow ear canals and came to us with gingivitis. She has had a dental cleaning and is on a medication for maintenance. She will need an annual exam to check her ears and teeth once a year. She will need dental cleanings in her future and possibly tooth extractions.

Willow is spayed, vaccinated, litter box perfect and eats both hard and wet food. 

She currently lives with her foster in West Sacramento.

Purebreds Plus Cat Rescue is dedicated to matching exceptional cats with qualified adopters who will cherish their pet and create a forever home.

If you believe you are the perfect adopter for Sunny please fill out our adoption application and tell us why in the comments section, and contact Kim at kimmy624@gmail.com or 916-956-5286. If you are unable to reach Kim please email us at info@purebredsplus.org.

NOTE: We prefer families with children bring them to the adoption appointment.  Why?  This allows interaction between the children and the cat. This helps ensure they will be a good fit for each other.  A mismatch between a child and a cat is not in anyone’s best interest!