Miss Adelaide is a striking-looking torbie, with significant orange patches, as well as patches of tabby striping and patches of white. She’s beautiful! She’s not a particularly large girl. Adelaide came to Tabby’s Place via a trap-neuter-release project. We believe she was born around June of 2002, so she’s a senior.
As an FIV+ feline, Adelaide is one of our Special Needs crew. She absolutely adores other cats, and she’s obviously fond of people, too. Most of her teeth have been removed due to stomatitis, If you do not know about feline stomatitis, it is a common condition in cats, and it’s typically very painful. Stomatitis is severe inflammation of a cat’s mouth and gums. While removing most or all of a cat’s teeth is a serious step, it can works wonders in the battle against inflammation of the mouth and gums, and it’s helped Adelaide immensely.
We know our Adelaide isn’t right for every home out there, but we’re looking for someone with a big heart to open their door and their life to this sweet girl.