Give some love and cuddles to Eliza, this week’s Adoptable Pet of the Week! Her friends at Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation say this one-year-old is a very special lady looking for a loving home for a relatively short period — Eliza has congestive heart failure which limits her life expectancy.
Here’s what Eliza’s friends had to say about her:
Eliza is a very special little lady who is looking for someone to give her a loving home for a relatively short period of time since she has congestive heart failure which limits her life expectancy. Her condition does not prevent her from being a fun, active cat, just like any youngster her age.
She likes to play, loves to climb and regularly has the “zoomies” and runs around for no particular reason except for the sheer fun of it. A curious and entertaining girl, she won’t keep you from your sleep because she gets all her energy out during the day and is quiet at night. Like all cats, she does enjoy a view out the window; she also keeps her people company during the day while they are working at home, especially if there is a bed or box for her to sit in nearby — she loves boxes of all kinds!
Eliza is not a needy cat and doesn’t particularly appreciate excessive attention. We do think she would be best in a home with small children and would do well with a more experienced cat owner since she does require oral medication for her condition.
Is Eliza the special lady you’ve been looking for? Check out her complete profile to learn more about how to adopt her and congestive heart failure.
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