Sunday, January 30, 2011


Today's blogpost is for Nancy, who does independent cat rescue in Hyde Park. She is seeking a home for the beautiful Nola, originally rescued from Hurricane Katrina. Nancy writes "she is very very smart, very affectionate, very strongly opinionated cat, she demands attention and wants to hunt and chase rolled up newspaper balls all the time, that would be heaven for her, someone to play with all the time. She does not get along well with other cats, she is both aggressive and scared of them. she was with a dog in her last home and she and the dog were best of friends. she is a about six years old, a calico tabby, spayed, all her shots are up to date, and she is fiv and leukemia negative and is inoculated against leukemia as well. she has been an inside only cat and is not declawed. she is very graceful and very neat. she has a cat climbing condo that she loves to climb up and down and that would come with her to her new home. "


Anonymous said...

She is lovely, and sounds like a great companion for the right person. I like the white spot on her nose.

Ruth said...

She is beautiful - and so aptly named. I haven't met NOLA in person, but from other pix I have seen, the white continues under her belly. The brindle coloring in her coat is draped, cloak-like, over her shoulders, meets in the middle and then opens to reveal more splendid whiteness.