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Female Torbie Tabby Cat For Adoption in Denver Colorado CO

Cora – Female Torbie Cat For Adoption In Denver Colorado 2

Name: Cora
Breed: Domestic Shorthair Tabby
Location: Denver, CO 80220
Sex: Female
Age: 2
Size: 10 pounds
Color: Torbie Tabby Shorthair
Spayed/Neutered: Yes
Vaccinated: Yes
Microchipped or Tattooed: Yes
Good With Cats: No
Good With Dogs: No
Good With Children: No
House Broken/Litter Trained: Yes
Health Issues: No
Behavior Issues: No
Supplies Offered With Pet: The owner will include anything needed and everything she has on hand for Cora. She wants Cora to find a very loving home.

How To Adopt Cora

If you are interested in adopting Cora, the first step is to fill out our online meeting request form. Once received and reviewed, our staff will send your information to the owner, who will contact you to arrange a meet up.

If you have questions about this pet or the adoption process, please feel free to contact our pet rehoming coordinator. If email is difficult for you, please call toll free (888) 720-3322.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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ALL ABOUT Cora – A Beautiful Tabby Cat For Adoption in Denver Colorado

Cora - Female Torbie Cat For Adoption in Denver Colorado
Meet Cora – 1 yr old female Torbie cat for adoption in Denver CO. She is fixed, up to date on shots & very healthy.

She is so sweet, but is still learning to trust people after having been mistreated by a past owner. She needs to be the only pet in a very loving home. She is great with adults, & respectful, older kids.

Cora will be rehomed with supplies – a ready-to-love cat. Adopt Cora today.

5 Good Reasons To Adopt This Female Tabby Cat in Denver CO

  • She is drop-dead gorgeous.
  • She is very vocal and interactive with her humans.
  • She is playful
  • She is intelligent
  • She is a sweet girl.

Cora’s Personality

Cora - Female Torbie Cat For Adoption in Denver Colorado
Cora is a loving cat, but needs to be placed in an only-pet home with a cat owner who understands cat behavior and will allow her the time and space she needs to adjust to her new surroundings. Cora may have been abused in a past home, but is learning to trust humans through positive reinforcement in her current home.

Current Home Environment

Cora lives in a cat-friendly home with her owner and an older cat. She is currently sequestered in her own area of the home as she is not willing to co-exist peacefully with her feline house mate.

Reasons For Placing Cora For Adoption

Cora needs to be in a home where she is the only cat. She was adopted from PetSmart, but once brought home, it was apparent that she is not good with other cats. The owner does not want to subject Cora to having to go through a series of unsuccessful adoptions again. She wants her to find the very best home – perfectly suited to this beautiful little cats’ unique personality. Cora deserves to have a good home, and her owner is dedicated to finding her the right situation.

Ideal New Home Situation For Cora

Cora needs a home with a cat owner with enough experience to understand her behavior and needs. She is best placed in a home without other pets, and without children under the age of 12.

She has been relearning trust in humans – clearly she was mistreated by a former owner, as she is “head-shy”. Her owner thinks Cora may have been hit around her head.

She is a sweet, young cat with lots of forgiveness. She needs a fresh start as someone’s very special cherished companion. Someone who will give her the time and space she needs to warm up to them. She has already shown promise on being a lap cat. She tentatively found her way into her current owner’s lap, but it was a momentary lapse in caution on Cora’s part. With time and patience, this lovely cat will be the ultimate feline friend.


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