Gracie was born to a feral cat . As a consequence, she was very wild and hid all the time after being trapped, which in itself was a very traumatizing experience. Gracie and her sibling Livy (see separate listings) were kept in large dog crates with hiding places and over time they would come out to play or come out and watch while their foster mother worked in the office. They were transitioned through several other socializing steps and now they are both in a full-size cat room with another cat, a four foot cat tree and lots of toys and furniture to crash out on.
Gracie has graduated to full run of the house and cat yard. She's a little bit social and loves to be scratched by her foster mom and comes when she's called, most of the time, and loves to play and hang out with the other cats. Gracie is definitely not a lap cat, yet.
Gracie needs someone with perhaps above-average experience with cats and lots of patience. Recommend no adoption to families with very small children or young children without experience with pets. Lots of noise and rowdiness typical of growing kids will definitely drive these cats into hiding which is no fun for anyone, human or cat. Anyone interested in adopting Gracie must visit her at her foster home to see if she is really the right cat for their home.
Adoption Fee: $50, which includes vaccinations, rabies, deworming, negative blood test, & spay/neuter.
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