Likes: Tons of attention from mommy and daddy, chin, neck and ear rubs, hanging out by the livingroom or kitchen window.
Pet-Peeves: Tummy rubs and not being able to go outside to chase squirrels and birds.
Favorite Toy: Her white furry mouse, anything with feathers, ball, paper bags, shoelaces, and daddy's old smelly ugg boots!
Favorite Nap Spot: On the desk with her pink blanket in daddy's office, our futon, arm chair, and her cat condo by the window.
Favorite Food: Anything in a can (except sardines) and semi-moist treats. She enjoys natural 'Avoderm' wet food and 'Petguard' kibbles. She loves snacks from Wellness, Zuke's and Pet Greens.
Skills: She knows how to fetch!
Arrival Story: Lilo was so shy when we first brought her home. She hid behind the arm chair for a while. Later, she became comfortable as we made her feel at home. We learned she was sick because of a weak tummy since we adopted her but she's finally better with mommy still doing tons of research to take care of her. Lilo is a happy and healthy kitty. She loves all the attention and she's also determined to get her way.
Bio: A week before Thanksgiving 2010, a lost orange Tabby kitten wandered to our cabin (we live in the mountains). He was a great cat and we grew fond of him. We took care of Rusty (temporary name) for almost a week but the owner found him. I said goodbye to my furry friend with tears. It was a sad story that broke my heart. Later, my husband said, we could rescue a kitten at the shelter and I was thrilled because I never owned a cat before. After visiting several shelters and spending time with the kittens, one definitely stood out. A beautiful gray with orange kitty came to us, sat on my lap and began climbing up my shoulder. She reached out her cute little paws and held on to me as if she was saying, “Pick me please, I’m the sweet one!” This kitty we named Lilo actually chose us. We took her home and she was affectionate indeed. She often likes to cuddle, sit on our lap, sleeps next to us and makes us laugh. Lilo is silly, follows us around, and meows her way for attention. She's extremely spoiled. We love her dearly and I’m grateful to have her. It’s a happy ending after all.