Zola - A Sweet Cat with Expressive
Eyes and a Mellow Personality
Susan Daffron talks to Moira Monahan from the Friends of the Sacramento City Shelter Animals about a cat named Zola who is available for adoption. Zola is a beautiful spayed female short-haired black cat with big expressive yellow eyes. She came into rescue in early September 2009, when a hoarding situation arose (subsequently called the "Belinda Cats") and 140 cats were left abandoned in a home after the owners were evicted. Zola was one of those cats. Unlike many hoarding cases, the cats were in good shape and thanks to groups like the Sacramento City Shelter Animals, 131 cats have been adopted so far.
Zola currently is in foster care and her foster mom says that Zola will often look at you with those big eyes as if she has something extremely important to impart to you. Although she was very shy when she was first rescued, now Zola loves to sleep at your feet, and is starting to think that a nice warm lap isn't such a bad thing either. Unlike most cats, Zola patiently waits for you to get up in the morning before she meows for attention. Although she's only 7 months old, Zola is a calm and quiet cat who doesn't have a constant need to be entertained. She is sweet, mellow kitty who gets along well with other cats. Eight other cats from the Belinda case are still available too, so you could adopt Zola and another feline friend!
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