Tuesday's Tail - Meet Flower! - Tucson News Now

Tuesday's Tail - Meet Flower!

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

This week's Tuesday's Tail is "Flower!"

She's a four-month-old Domestic Short Hair mix who's looking for her forever home!

Flower was brought to the Pima Animal Care Center two weeks ago, after a good Samaritan discovered her on the street.

This beautiful girl would love to spend her days lounging indoors and purring on someone's lap.

Flower does have Feline Leukemia Virus, which is manageable.

This isn't too serious, but PACC recommends Flower to be an only cat or share a space with cats who already have the condition.

Because this sweet girl is part of PACC's "Long Timers Club," her adoption fee is waived!

You can find her at PACC, located at 4000 N. Silverbell Road.

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