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Domestic Longhair, Norwegian Forest Cat


8 Years




Small (< 20 lbs.)

Can Live With

  • Cats
  • Children
  • Dogs



Current on Vaccines


Specialized Care

  • Regular Veterinary Visits/Care


Dayton, OH


Bird is an adult female who was dumped on my property. She is missing teeth so she has a little difficulty grooming (but gives a quality blep!) and will need to see a vet soon after adoption to make sure her mouth situation is stable. I believe she is spayed but am not 100% sure. I'd say she's at least 8. I have three cats of my own, I cannot take her on long-term. She's been living on my porch for almost two months and it's clear she does not enjoy the outside life.
When distressed, her meow sounds like a seagull. When content, it sounds a bit like Pidgey, the pokemon. She enjoys a good brushing and would love nothing more than to be inside, cuddled in someone's lap. Her purrs are almost instantaneous when you start petting her. (And she really leans into it. If you want an affectionate cat, she's your girl!)
She mostly does well with the other strays I care for - she's not fond of my dog but she tolerates him well. She also does well with my neighbor's children. I've not seen her take any interest in the wild birds and she comes when called.

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