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LoveyRescue Me ID: 22-09-28-00086

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About Lovey

Age: Young Adult
Sex: Female

Lovey (formerly called Princess) is an approximately 3 year old Savannah / Bengal mix with Bengal Rescue, a 501c3. Lovey was one of the cats that we were able to remove from an over-crowded home, with an approximate cat count of 16 cats. We got Lovey off to an amazing foster, who nursed her through her Upper Respiratory Infection (URI). Unfortunately 1/2 the cats of the eight that we rescued, all had URI's and needed extra TLC. Here's what our foster parent would like you to know about Lovey. Shy at first with her foster, she really began to open up and trust the loving family who was caring for her and giving her lots of 1-1 time. Lovey's favorite thing is to climb on her cat tower and get petted. She rolls over to maximize contact! She wants to give butterfly kisses so when the static electricity is low, make sure to get them in!%BD%A0%BD%A0Lovey is playful and loves room to stretch out and enjoyed running after her toys down the hallway.%BD%A0%BD%A0 If you work from home, you may need to secure items on your desk since she rubs up against things when she thinks it's time for affection.%BD%A0(AKA 'Cats who throw stuff.') That said, Lovey is fairly independent, and she can be patient. She is willing to let her people finish the task they are working on, until freed up to give her the loving she craves. She likes to be near her humans, on the desk or in the chair but isn't a lap cat%BD'%BD|yet. She definitely has the potential to be one though, given how much she loves attention and pets.%BD%A0 You might hear her meow in the morning if you get up and feed your other cat first, but she is not demanding. She gets along with cat-friendly dogs and cats with proper introductions. She has aristocratic flair combined with outrageous love and affection!%BD%A0 She isn't a sleep-on-the-bed-with-you cat - yet, but she probably will be unless you'd rather her not.%BD%A0%BD%A0 Lovey is very adaptable as long as she has a slow introduction. She is nervous in new settings, so it will be important to limit her to one room at first with a cat tower and other safe places including her food and litter box. Although she may bond at first to one person, she is friendly with others as long as they take it slow and are calm. For this reason, very active young children won't be a good fit. A home with older and calm children would be great. Lovey is fine with a caregiver who works and can be alone for a while as long as she has interaction when her caregiver is home.%BD%A0 Lovey would be fine as an only cat but might like to have other animal friends with slow introductions. She is not bothered by dogs. She seems to want to connect with another cat and was submissive at early introductions but was intimidated by the other cat's assertiveness.%BD%A0 Lovey has excellent litter box habits and eats a combination of dry and canned food. She uses her cat tree for the most part but can scratch on the nearby chair when she forgets.%BD%A0She's easily redirected to the scratching post. Lovey was extremely thin but is at her ideal weight now and is long and sleek.%BD%A0She has the most beautiful markings and glitter coat! When we look at photos from when we brought her into Foster, the progress we've seen in her is simply outstanding. She wants to love and trust and be the center of attention. Lovey is spayed, vaccinated, and up-to-date on vaccinations. If you are interested in adopting Lovey, please fill out our adoption application:

Larimer County


  • Good with Adults (Not Kids)


  • High Energy
  • Average Temperament


  • Spayed
  • Vaccinations Current

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