Lovely Lyla is Looking for a Home

Adopt Lyla at the Marin Humane Society.


  • 5-years-old
  • Domestic Medium Hair
  • Spayed Female

No need for yoga. No need to meditate. Take beautiful Lyla home and revel in her slow, soothing essence.

This affectionate girl with an espresso coat is far from wired. She moves like a panther toward you, then slowly, ever so slowly turns her head into your open palm. There! That's good. Now, scratch! It's kind of cool to watch her - like looking at someone doing Tai Chi.

Lyla lived with a family who moved out of the country and couldn't take her with them. Soft and fluffy, Lyla's thick, plush coat will need to be groomed regularly to keep it free from mats. Offer Lyla a lap to snuggle up on and life with this purring, gentle companion will yield many rewards.

Name Your Own Adoption Fee!
When you adopt a feline or canine companion through Oct. 31, we'll let YOU decide the adoption fee! You'll still get to complete an adoption survey and consult with our matchmaking experts, but now you'll have the opportunity to put your own price on love!

sarah haynes September 30, 2012 at 05:23 AM
YAY Lyla and YAY Patch for featuring her! I LOVE-LOVE the MHS but MHS, please, please stop excusing poor guardianship with statements like "the family must move out of country and couldn't keep her". are there any countries that dont accept animals? were they forced to move? I get that kitty might be happier here, but please use responsible language like "in the interest of Lyla, the family has CHOSEN to re-home her". because 99.9% of the time, it really is a choice. ok im done with my rant. YAY to Lyla, Patch & MHS for helping her, most of all!! Hiss to anyone who abandons their family...


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