Nouba is a confident cat who happily approaches strangers because she just knows they can’t resist petting her long and luxurious hair, but what she really wants is a furever family.

With a gorgeous blue and cream coat and personality for days, this 9-year-old female domestic longhair will walk into your heart and settle in permanently.

“She’s 9 years old and quite charismatic; she will confidently approach visitors to seek petting, and you’ll love brushing and loving up this affectionate girl,” Wisconsin Humane Society spokesperson Angela Speed told Racine County Eye.

Because Nouba can get overstimulated, her pawfect home would include children over the age of nine.

Her adoption fee has been waived – like it is for all adult cats – but she’s still been spayed, microchipped, vaccinated, and will to home with a certificate for a free veterinary exam.

To visit Nouba, call the Racine campus of WHS at (262) 554-6699.

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