Hi, I’m Ophelia!
I am an 11-year-old female domestic short-hair cat.?I am ?very sweet natured, but like most cats, I am very independent (making me a very low maintenance pet!) I tend to be shy at first, but warm to new people very quickly. Don’t let me older age fool you! I have plenty of healthy and happy years ahead of me. I am?healthy, UTD on shots,?and house-broken. Learn more about me?by scrolling down?or just adopt me?by clicking the button?below (you know you want to!)
Apply to Adopt Ophelia
There is a $50 adoption/rehoming fee. All supplies will be included.
All About?Ophelia[one_half] Location:?Los Angeles, CA 90066
Type of Pet: Cat
Breed of Pet: Domestic Short Hair
Sex of Pet: Female[/one_half] [one_half_last]
Age of Pet: 11 years
Health Problems: No
Up To Date on Vaccinations: Yes
Gets along with cats:?Yes
Gets along with dogs: Unknown
Accessories Included: Her food and water bowls, her litter box, tennis balls to play with.
Calm and sweet but independent. She enjoys having her back stroked and being brushed. She is shy at first but will eventually approach for affection. She is used to being with other cats and spending time on her own with her toys. She gets used to visitors relatively easily.
Ophelia’s Current Home Environment
Ophelia has been living in a one-bedroom apartment with lots of contact with others (human and animal) in the building.
Ophelia’s Current Family:
My son is the principal owner of Ophelia, and me and my husband are from Korea, helping him through this process and as he starts college. My son got Ophelia when she was a kitten and has taken care of her since then, in Ohio and California.
Ophelia’s Favorite Toys, Foods, Activities?
She free-feeds on dry food (no specific brand). She likes to perch on the couch or go under the couch and bed for naps. My son has sports equipment and she enjoys playing with them with him, especially the smaller balls.
Why is Ophelia Being Rehomed?
I live in Korea with my retired husband, and I have cat allergies. I am helping rehome Ophelia for my son, who is now in a dorm and cannot keep Ophelia in that space. Up until recently he has been able to care for her since she was a kitten.
Ophelia’s?Perfect Adoptive Home Will Be:
Somewhere she will have people who can afford to have the space for her, and who can appreciate her gentleness and the wide-eyed, kitten-like nature she still has.