Gentle Lola gets along nicely with other cats; we know she lived in a home with multiple other felines before she came to us. Lola has a black tail, a large black patch on her back and another over her head and ears, and a funny little black tip to her mouth and chin; the rest of her coat is white. Lola has lovely golden-green eyes. She’s just about twelve and a half years old at this writing (the end of October, 2010).
Although Lola can be a little shy until she gets to know you, once she does, she’s a lovebug. When I went to get a physical description of her, she remained under a chair, hidden by another cat. But when our Administrative Assistant, who has spent a bit of time with her, went in and sat down; she didn’t even have to call Lola’s name before Lola was out and looking for attention. Lola even climbed into our Admin. Assistant’s lap!
Because Lola is a little older and can be timid at first, we think she’d do best in a home without young children. Otherwise, she does well with most people, again, once she gets to know you a little. Senior cats have a lot of love to give, as Lola has proven, and we’re hoping she’ll have a chance to prove this to a person or family soon.