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Meet Popcorn:

About Popcorn


Popcorn, a beautiful, female, long-haired cat, was surrendered several years ago by a female truck driver of some notoriety: her previous owner purchased a painting at a garage sale for $5.00 and it is thought to be an original Jackson Pollock. Even with her interesting history, unfortunately Popcorn has never been adopted and now she has lymphoma. She desperately needs a quiet home and someone special to love her.

Popcorn is a bit shy but she is very gentle. She used to have very long fur and a big fluffy tail. If you think of the color of a Dreamsicle - a creamy, dreamy orange - you almost envision the color of Popcorn's coat. Popcorn recently started over grooming causing her to vomit so her luxurious coat has been shaved and she now looks like a little lion. Keeping her fur short is important for her health so she will need regular grooming. Popcorn will also need maintenance medication and regular vet visits to keep her in her best shape.

As a permanent foster you would be responsible for loving and caring for Popcorn, taking her to her vet appointments and making sure she receives her medications and is comfortable. AALOC would pay for all of Popcorn's vet visits, grooming, food and medications. 

We also need a medical sponsor to help pay for Popcorn's veterinarian care. To donate to Popcorn's medical expenses and medication, please click hereor for additional information regarding becoming Popcorn's medical sponsor email us at 

Please submit an application to foster Popcorn. Once your application is reviewed and approved we will contact you to make an appointment to visit us at AALOC to meet Popcorn during visiting hours (10am to 3pm daily) and get to know her a bit.

For more information on fostering visit our website at Contact us by e-mail at, or by phone at (714) 893-4393.

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More Information:

Breed: Long hair - orange
Age: 9 yrs 11 mos
Sex: female
Good with Kids: unknown
Special Needs: daily medications and regular vet visits

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