Sidney is pretty much a C student. A solid average. She doesn’t have a flashy coat color to grab your attention. She doesn’t do anything silly or crazy, she’s pretty laid back. Sidney doesn’t come up and pester you for attention. She doesn’t climb up into your lap so you can’t ignore her. She isn’t the first to volunteer for a presentation, but you don’t find her hyperventilating in the bathroom.
C students often get overlooked, they’re not naughty, and they’re not the teacher’s pet. While Sidney can best be described as shy in her foster home, we know she has great potential to be more outgoing and confident. Sidney was previously in another foster home with less kitty roommates and thus more attention to go around. She became quite the snuggly girl and loved to sleep in bed. We know there is potential, she just needs someone who is willing to help her study. FIV+
Sidney is currently being fostered with Norman. We would absolutely love to see these two adopted together. They seem to rely on each other for confidence. If Sidney is not adopted with Norman she would need to be adopted to a home with another cat. Ideally a confident, friendly, cat-savvy cat who will help put her at ease.
(Norman - http://www.adoptapet.com/pet/9805458-frankfort-illinois-cat )
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