Age Range: 2 Years
Location: Oakland, CA
Lily is a shy cat. Currently, a foster family is caring for her and she is ready to be adopted into a lovely permanent home. According to the family, Lily likes to hide under the couch during the day time and comes out for food at night. The lady of the foster family takes her out from under the couch to pet and brush her, which Lily likes. When she stops brushing her, Lily goes back to her bed under the couch so maybe it will take some time for Lily to get know new people and environments. The foster family let Lily meet her dog at home and they didn’t do anything so I think Lily would be fine with a mellow dog who knows how to act gentle around cats. Keep Lily indoors please.
I found Lily near Farm2Market by the naval base area in Alameda. I rescued Lily and took her to Berkeley Dog and Cat Hospital on 08/23/2020 because she had an infected wound on the left side of her neck. Lily was treated with medication, an antibiotic injection, and wound care in that hospital. According to the doctor, Lily tested negative for feline leukemia and FIV. She has received her Rabies vaccination, leukemia vaccination and FVRCP. Her wound has been healed. There are two small lumps on back of her neck and left side of her body. She was checked for that at Providence Hospital in Alameda on 09/14/2020. She was given the 2nd dose of Leukemia vaccination on 09/14/2020. Regarding the small lump on the left side of her body, the vet said that the lump on her side would most likely fill back up with fluid and may need to be surgically removed in the future. Therefore, for now, just observe the lump. Also, Lily has been scratching herself lately but the doctor is not concerned and said that this will go away on its own with time. Also, Cheristin for flea control was given to Lily this September.
Lily is ready for her own family and her own person to give love and be loved back.