Cara loves cookies, playtime and pets.These will get you EVERYWHERE with her! If you're eating, she wants to know what you're willing to share with her. It was definitely the way to socializing her and to her heart after starving as a kitten on the streets! She is doing so well learning how to socialize with other strangers who come in. They are able to pet her, feed her and play with her once she warms up to them, which is faster on a daily basis.
If you are interested in adopting Cara, please understand that she is a little bit on the shy side. She will take a few days to warm up to you but once she does, she will be bonded to you for life. We would love to find her a home who is willing to let her acclimate at her own pace ASAP so she can bond with you!
* Cara is a Caramel Brown Tabby on White with Green Eyes (She is beautiful!)
* Born: September 2015 (approx)
* Litterbox Trained
* Shots Up To Date
* FELV/FIV Negative
* Siblings: Riley
Please go here to fill out our Adoption Application:
The TNR Project is a volunteer operated group who practice TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) in the San Gabriel Valley. Each person who traps is independent and they are using their own money, time and gas to save the homeless cats & kittens in our local communities.
The TNR Project is always adding volunteers who want to learn to TNR in their neighborhoods and help others control the feral, stray & homeless cat populations. TNR has been proven to be the ONLY effective method to controlling the ever-mounting cat populations. We have saved 1000+ cats & kittens from euthanization in 2015 & 2016.
If you would like more information on TNR. learn how you can help your community, learn to perform TNR quickly & safely, please contact us at: www.thetnrproject.org and fill out a contact us form. Save a stray, save a life!
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