But there is a twist, of course, otherwise, why would a tortie as gorgeous as I am still be available for a forever home. The thing is, I'm extremely shy and need a long time before I open up to people. No one would mention my name when people are looking for a lap cat because this is not me.
I'm good with other cats and dogs and integrated myself very well into the existing group at my foster mom's house but I still lack the trust when it comes to humans. But here comes the good thing, I am starting to come out of my shell and allow human interaction. Please know that I'm working really hard on my social skills including integrating me in what is going on in my foster mom's house mostly from an observer standpoint.
A relaxed, quiet environment without children is what I'm looking for and people who understand that I need a bit more time to get used to people and new surroundings. But when I do, THEN I turn into a total love bug but I do not like to be held.
If you would like to meet me please contact us by email info@SOScatrescueAZ.org, call us at (520) 445-3889, or fill out an adoption application, and you will be contacted about meet-and-greet possibilities. Thank you, April.
Female - spayed
FeLV/FIV test - negative
DOB approx January 2012
Adoption fee applies and includes:
*up-to-date vaccinations (FVRCP and rabies)
*FIV/ FeLV testing
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