I came to Animal Humane Society as a stray. No one claimed me, so now I’m looking for a new home.
I’ll be a loving companion, but it may take me a little longer to acclimate to new people and new environments. A quieter, low-activity home would allow me the opportunity to get used to new things at my own pace.
Affectionate cats like me enjoy close interactions and snuggling. I might be a little shy or bashful as I adapt to a new environment, but that should be easy in a home with moderate activity.
I’m shy and need extra time, patience, and space when acclimating to a new environment. I need a sanctuary room where I feel safe. As I begin to explore my new home, easy access to my special room will be important. I will do best in a quiet home with low activity.
Young children make me a little nervous. I need to go to a home without kids under the age of eight.
I have an upper respiratory infection that is causing sneezing, nasal discharge, and eye discharge. I may have medications going home with me. Please bring me to your regular veterinarian if I am not improving.