Lorelai is a female, Scottish Fold, tabby-furred cat currently being taken care of by Chew. Her birthday and origin are unknown, but she is estimated to be 6 or 7 years old in 2023. She was named after the Gilmore girl of the same name, because Rory was also a Gilmore girl.
Lorelai is quite similar to Rory in that she is quite docile. She is fine with being picked up and placed at-will, even more so than Rory. Unlike Rory, she is very vocal. She is not afraid to meow or mwrr whenever something happens, or she simply wants attention.
When Lorelai was first taken in, she was extremely malnourished and heavily matted. She was de-matted, an was given a steady source of food. However, she often throws up the food, usually a few times a week. It is also speculated that Lorelai has severe or even full hearing loss due to an ear infection the vet says she had her whole life, which she was treated for. She also meows very loudly, and doesn't seem to react to voices or other noises like Rory does.
On May 10th, 2023, it was discovered that Lorelai had a UTI and needed to be treated. Medicine was picked up and began to be prescribed on the following May 15th.
Chew took Lorelai in and took care of her. She gave her food, water, and eventually shelter in her house.
Lorelai and Rory initially did not get along at all. They constantly meowed at each other. However, they are slowly getting used to each other.
On October 10th, 2022, a cat appeared on Chew's front porch. This cat has never been seen before, but she was extremely malnourished and had severe matting on her fur. She only weighed about 5 lbs, 8.5 oz (2.4 kg). She was taken in and cared for by Chew, where she was fed and given water.
On October 11th, 2022, on a visit to the vet, it was discovered she had a major ear infection, clogging her ears. As a result, she was given a steroid shot to help with the ears. She was also given a rabies vaccine.
On October 20th, 2022, Lorelai was successfully de-matted at a pet groomer. Her nails were also clipped. She looks quite small due to no fur.