I have told you many stories of the troubles we are having integrating Marley into our home. Jacey and I have been trying to become furiends with her since last July. But Marley is just not interested in doing this.
Most felines, after a certain amount of time, learn to accept other cats. This is a very important factor in whether or not a cat adoption is going to be successful. It is not a good situation when a cat who enters a home does not integrate well with the felines who are already there.
This is what has happened with a very pretty girl named Lilac, who is at Angels for Animals in Canfield, Ohio. She was adopted, but she was returned. The shelter says that it was not her fault.
Lilac, as you can see from the pictures, is a domestic short hair, with just a few orange patches on her pretty white coat. She is two years old, and she is looking for someone to complete a cat adoption and give her a furever home.
The humans at Angels for Animals say that Lilac is a very sweet feline and she loves humans. However, she doesn’t like being around a lot of other cats, and not surprisingly, she is not happy in the shelter. That is why this cat adoption is so important.
If you’re interested in giving a cat who would probably be best with no other felines a second chance at a happy cat adoption, please contact Angels for Animals at 330-549-1111. They are located near Cincinnati, so it would be best if you were close to that city.
The day a feline gets to go from the shelter to a furever home is the best day of their life. Please share this story, so that Lilac can enjoy the best day of her life!