It's another Wet Nose Wednesday and we've got a real cutie up for adoption from our friends at Pet Overpopulation Prevention in Pasco.

Say hello to Lilith! She's an adult medium size tabby cat with a beautiful coat and she is ready to be adopted.

Lilith is a mama cat who loves everyone and anyone who comes to her foster parents' house. She doesn't hold back on love and expects you to do the same. She loves to rub against your legs, and if you get on her level she will give you kisses and headbutts. She has earned the nickname "Grumbles" in her foster household because of her unique meow, but it is obvious from her actions and purrs that she is quite the opposite of grumpy!

She is mostly good with the other adult cats she is sharing a home with but likes to pick on one of them. If she is in a household with other cats, she would likely do better with a cat who is more alpha and can let her know that her bullying won't be tolerated.

Her favorite object in her foster house is a water fountain. She sleeps next to it, she loves it so much!

Her second favorite spot to sleep is at her foster mom's feet when she's at her desk working.

Lilith has lived with children of all ages in the past. Lilith has been spayed, vaccinated, and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $75 and includes a complimentary vet exam, coupons from Petsmart, and a gift bag from POPP.

If you are interested in adopting Lilith, fill out the adoption application here

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