Little Honey recently had the misfortune of being dumped, in a taped-shut box along with her mom. Luckily she found her way into a foster care situation, and she is now ready to find a permanent home! Although she isn't stuck in a box anymore, she likes to hang out in the small Costco Clover Honey box, hence her new name!
As badly as her former humans treated her, Honey doesn't hold a grudge; she's a very sweet kitten and is interested in meeting new people. She is all dressed up for a formal occasion in black and white, and has the cutest little stripe down her nose. She purrs easily, loves to be petted and play, and gives little kitty kisses... so cute!!
Of course, being a kitten, Honey is very active and playful -- she'll play with her own toys for hours, and then starting checking out the humans' stuff to see if any of that is worth playing with. She seems to get along well with the other cats in the foster home, and was even recently seen being groomed by one of the senior residents! As kittens typically don't do well left by themselves all day, she'd probably be best off adopted with one of our other rescued kittens or as a companion for a young active kitty you already have.
Honey is about 7 months old and has been spayed, tested FIV/FELV negative, and has the age-appropriate vaccinations. She also took to using the litterbox like a pro! There is a tax-deductible adoption donation that goes back to the Feral Cat Foundation (an all-volunteer organization) to provide medical care for other kitties in need.
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