Patch Pets: Gia is a Sweet & Shy Kitty

A quiet, loving home is all she needs.

Hi there! I’m Gia, and I think you’ll agree that I am quite a beautiful lady! I am an 8-year-old Mainecoon mix (did my gorgeous coat give it away?), and I am oh-so-sweet.

My previous family surrendered me to a shelter because of allergies, and I was so incredibly scared there! It’s loud and there is nowhere to get comfortable! You can’t hide and I was very stressed out. Thankfully, Young at Heart Pet Rescue took me in, and I’m starting to relax again.

When you come to meet me, you’ll notice I’m a little shy, but please don’t let that deter you from becoming my friend. I’ve been through so much, that really all I want is some love and stability again (and a soft, snuggly hiding spot while I get used to my new home!). I would be a very nice companion for a senior, as I am a four-paw declaw and am very quiet. I am not really used to other animals, but I might do ok with one other quiet kitty like me. I am really hoping that my forever home will find me soon and take me home. Please come meet me!

With a clean bill of health from the vet, I’m ready to begin the next chapter in my life. I would love to make myself comfortable in a quiet, loving home again. Why don’t you come meet me at the cat adoption center at the Lake Zurich Petco and see for yourself?

I use my litter box like a good girl, I’m spayed, vaccinated and microchipped. So fill out an adoption application today. I’d love to go home with you tomorrow!

For more information, visit the Young At Heart Pet Rescue website or check out the Lake Zurich Adoption Center.  Click here to download an adoption application.

Information provided by Young at Heart Pet Rescue


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