Long Hair Tortoiseshell Cat For Adoption in Pittsburgh – Adopt Holly Today!
Hi, My name is Holly!
There is a $50 adoption/rehoming fee. All supplies will be included.
Are you looking for an amazing long haired cat for adoption in Pittsburgh? Holly has such a loving personality. She loves to be carried around and held like a baby. She sometimes thinks she is a Dog, too, and will come when called and greet you at the door when you come home.
Holly is a little older at 13, but cats can live a very long life, and Holly has many years of love left to offer. She is very clean, well behaved, and a fantastic companion. She is a real purring machine and the ultimate lap cat.
Holly’s ideal home will be with people who have lots of time to spend with her. She loves attention! A senior or retired cat lover would be perfect, but Holly is OK with respectful children, too. She is also very friendly with visitors, making them feel welcome and at home.
Holly gets along well with dogs, so long as they are good with her. She does not have any experience with other cats.
If you have room in your heart and home for this lovely long haired cat, please offer Holly the forever home she needs and very much deserves. She can’t wait to purr her way into your heart!
All About Holly – Long Haired Cat For Adoption in Pittsburgh
Location: Pittsburgh, Pa, 15227
Type of Pet: Cat
Breed: Turtle shell long hair
Color/Coat Type: Turtle shell long hair
Health Issues: No
Behavior Issues: None
Microchipped, Litter Trained
Holly gets along with:
Toddlers, Small Children, Older Children, Adults Only, Dogs, Strangers
Holly loves to be held. We used to carry her around with her head up on our shoulder like a baby. She likes to be cradled like a baby also. She loves the front window and watches outside from the radiator and lays on it for the warmth. She’s kind of beyond playing and will only be interested for a minute or so.
She never got the hang of scratching posts although we have tried! I keep an afghhan on the ends of the couch and one on the chair and she scratches but with minimal damage. Keeping her claws cut helps. She has a routine of wet food when I wake up and at night before bed. Just a teaspoon. I have dry food for her all the time.
She has a habit of pawing at her water and would always be wet and tumbled it. I got a tray to keep her bowl in and she likes to sit in the tray. I recently got a turned upside down bottle that refills her bowl as she drinks and that’s too heavy for her to paw which helps. She LOVES to get in the fridge (just her head). I almost think she likes it when I slide her away.
She likes to get brushed.
She lays on my chest while a lie down. She puts her head up under my chin.
Her litter is in the basement and I leave the door open slightly for her to paw it open to go down. She used to be an indoor cat then let her out when we are out and she visits neighbors but no further. (One time she went missing for a couple of days and since then has not gone far). She loves to watch the.
It’s but she was old when she started going out that she doesn’t climb trees or hunt the birds. She likes to go out and lick on a blade of grass or hide under a bush. She knows her name and comes when called just like a dog. She greets us at the door and watches when we leave through the window. She sleeps in a rocker in my room and sleeps more now. She likes to be around for when I clean and sits and watches.
Reason For Rehoming
I got Holly for my 12 year old daughter when I got a divorce. She had to leave 2 pets behind so our first Christmas, I let her pick out a cat at humane society. Holly was 3 months old and purred so lo
How To Adopt Holly
If you would like to consider offering Holly a loving, forever home, please fill out our Request To Meet A Pet form here: /adopt-a-pet/
Once received, we will contact you to discuss your request and set up a mutually convenient time to meet Holly and her owner in their home.