Audrey has had a difficult life. Until she came to Tabby’s Place, we believe she had lived outside for her whole life, and our best guess is that she was born early in 2005. That’s ten years! Even with several kind people providing for her basic needs for much of that time, it’s no wonder that’s she’s timid around humans. She’ll sometimes hiss if you try to touch her, but, as one of our staff says, "It’s all talk". And we know she’s a nice girl once she gets to trust you, because one of the people who looked after her has come to visit her several times, and she responds far more positively to him.
Audrey is a large, paler grey tabby with a white chin. She’s on the larger side (some of which, truthfully, is in her tummy; she’s eaten very well since she came to us!) and has a short tail. She also has nasal stenosis. At present, she’s breathing on her own with no problems at all, and we do not plan to go ahead with surgery unless that changes. But she may be more prone to upper respiratory infections than most cats, and she may require antibiotics periodically.
Audrey isn’t suitable for every home environment. But we’re searching for the person or family who can love this senior feline just the way she is and provide a comfortable "forever" home for her.