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Magnolia (Foster to Adopt) Domestic Short Hair Harrisburg, PA

  • Senior
  • Female
  • Medium
  • Gray & White

About

Characteristics
Affectionate, Calm, Shy
Coat length
Short
Health
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.

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Meet Magnolia (Foster to Adopt)

Hi, I'm Magnolia, a gentle senior gal who is looking for a new home where I can blossom. My Most Important Person became too ill to care for me, so now I need a new MIP. Yes, sometimes life takes a painful turn, yet I do my best to keep my pretty chin held up. I was so fearful and shy when I first came! I hid in my box like a turtle in it's shell, but I've come a long way since then. Now I come to the front of my cage and meow for attention. I've quickly become more trusting and outgoing. I love to be petted and really love a good brushing. I always enjoy a lengthy pampering session and purr with appreciation the whole time. I roll back and forth and make "biscuits" in the air with my pretty, white paws. I miss having a lap to share and basking in the warm sun. It's harder for us older cats to lose the only home we've known our whole lives, so can you help me out? I'm 11 years old, but still young at heart. I will be most content in a quiet home without a lot of traffic. Noise, commotion, and young children are a bit much for this senior gal. If a loving, loyal, and delightful kitty can fill an empty spot in your heart, then please come in to meet me, sweet Magnolia! You'll get an extra boost of satisfaction by adopting an older, homeless kitty like me. I'll be waiting for a second chance for a happy life!

Medical:
Magnolia was found to have hyperthyroidism (over active thyroid gland) and is currently on medication to help control this condition. She should remain on this medication lifelong.

Magnolia was also found to have a low grade heart murmur (grade 2/6). Heart murmurs may be a sign of underlying heart disease that could progress or worsen in the future and require frequent monitoring and/or medication.

Our staff will speak to you and help educate you further about Magnolia's medical care!

Client education documents:
https://vcahospitals.com/know-your-pet/hyperthyroidism-in-cats


https://vcahospitals.com/know-your-pet/heart-murmurs-in-cats

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  • Domestic Short Hair
  • Senior
  • Female