Olivia needs a home. And she’s waiting for you with Friends of Anne Arundel County Animal Care & Control. When you see her, don’t be surprised if she is struggling around her long neck to look better.
The shelter says Oliva is “part domestic cat, part giraffe.” Llama?” And no, the photo isn’t Photoshop. That neck is all Olivas!
Olivia Makes Friends
The Friends of Anne Arundel County Animal Care & Control is a group of volunteers who work with Anne Arundel County Animal Care, care for animals and raise funds for the shelter. These dedicated volunteers reach deep into their hearts and their own pockets to meet the needs county budgets can’t match. And Olivia, the cat, is one of the many animals that find love with the Friends of AACACC.
And the white-gray tabby cat has found many friends among the volunteers. It is estimated she was about four years old and came to the shelter as a stray, her past a mystery. With her strangely long neck and wide green eyes, Oliva is definitely an eye catcher.
Her purrrsonality makes her even more lovable too.
Wipesforpaws.com learned Olivia is a curious girl and “tender,” as volunteers say. The cute cat also doesn’t mind being social and does well in the viewing room
She’s ready for her eternal home!
If you’re near Anne Arundel County, MD, and ready to adopt a cat, maybe Olivia is the cat for you!
But Olivia is not the only unique cat to seek its eternal home through animal rescue.
Check out these cats with an unusual look who have found love through adoption.
Special Cats Rescued
Cat Toby has Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and with his wrinkled face he is just precious. But beyond being cute, he and his parents are raising awareness of special-needs cats and are running a petition on Facebook and Instagram to bring animal abuse content to community standards. The RSPCA has adopted Toby in England.
Belarus, the Neblung cat, has a condition called strabismus. This is the reason for his blindfolded eyes. His unique look attracts people to his Instagram page, where fans can buy Belarus merchandise that raises money for animal rescue. Animal welfare group took over it San Francisco Animal Care & Control.
Hamilton the Hipster Cat started life as a feral kitten. But the Humane Society of Silicon Valley rescued him from wild life and prepared him for a forever family. Though earning the mustachioed kitten’s trust was tough, it was well worth the effort. Hamilton and his family work hard to spread the message of rescue and adoption.
These four cats, together with rescue cats around the world, prove that all cats are special and that every cat is important.
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