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11 Years




Small (< 20 lbs.)

Can Live With

  • Cats
  • Children
  • Dogs
  • Older Children (12+)
  • Needs To Be Only Pet
  • Unknown



Current on Vaccines


Specialized Care

  • Special Diet


Ridgefield, WA


Hello Everyone, this is Queen! I adopted Queen from the Seattle Humane Society on 11/1/2015. At that time, they estimated she was between 3 and 5 years old. When initially turned into the humane society she had a badly broken leg and her right hind leg was amputated before she was eligible for adoption.

Due to the amputation, she has been almost exclusively an indoor cat and will need someone who can give extra attention as she does have special needs. She has been good with people and children (no biting or hissing), she loves attention, cuddles, and being pet. You'll even catch her drooling on you during a good petting session :)

Right after her amputation Queen stayed with a foster family and did VERY WELL with thier 2 big dogs and okay with their cats. We think she would be okay with dogs and cats but they need to be cat-savvy (lived with other cats previously). Please see this link for a quick video of Queen interacting with the foster Mom's dogs:

Queen is pretty small, under 10 pounds and has done great with my young son. She also enjoys talking to you and will definitely greet you with a hello meow. Queen does require a grain free, chicken free diet. She is allergic or has an intolerance to both grain and chicken and will have digestive issues if she's fed foods with those ingredients. She is currently on rabbit based food and loves it.

Due to her hind leg removal, it can be challenging for Queen to get in and out of her litter box without creating a mess (on her and on the floor). For this reason we use a litter box that is low to the ground entry wise and also spacious so she has plenty of room. We also use a litter stopping pad on the outside of her box and try to keep her shaved down to a "lion cut" style haircut to keep her clean and to minimize matting.

When I adopted Queen I had ample time to devote to her. Since then, I've moved, married, and had a baby. My family and I are unable to provide the attention and care she needs and would love to find a suitable forever home for her. I'm very willing to message or talk about Queen further. Our goal is to truly find her a forever home and we are willing to wait to make sure we find the perfect match!

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