Honey Pie is a beautiful 8 month old female grey tabby Domestic Shorthair cat.
She is currently in foster care, and will be available for adoption toward the middle of January.
Honey Pie is ever curious, loving to study the world around her. She loves to watch anything you are doing and wants to help. She's fascinated by watching the tennis ball in tennis matches on TV, and even likes to play with the vacuum (most cats are deathly afraid of the vacuum)! She has a lot of personality, loves to cuddle and chirp. She's very comfortable with adult cats, and very relaxed in a home environment. She's happy to meet new people and seems very adaptable. She will bring great joy wherever she goes! She is also micro-chipped, spayed, and current on all vaccinations.
If you would like to fill out an application please do so at http://catscradleva.org/adopt-today-2/
Updated December, 2016
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