Brooke has come so far since we first met her! When this sweet lady arrived at the ASPCA, she had an upper respiratory infection so severe that it prevented her from eating. In order to keep Brooke healthy our veterinarians had to place a feeding tube—but look at her now! All healed up, Brooke is more than ready to find a safe and loving home. We’re still learning who Brooke is when she’s feeling on top of her game, but from what we’ve seen, Brooke is truly a great little lady who may err more towards being quiet and mellow rather than loud and rowdy. According to her previous family, Brooke has never met a stranger and greets friends and new people alike with a gentle hello. Brooke always appreciates attention, especially in the form of light pets and scratches! She loves being rubbed all over and even pushes herself into your hands to very politely demand you to keep going.
We think that Brooke would make a great fit for a family who appreciates her low-key attitude! She’s even reportedly lived well with children in her previous home. If you’d like to make Brooke yours, please complete our Cat Adoption Survey.