A volunteer writes: Oreo tends to hide from strangers, her former owner told us. But this plump panda warms up very quickly. When I met her last night, she came out from under her kennel blanket within minutes, chirping a hello, sniffing me out, and letting me treat her to soft pettings. I can understand her hesitation, of course; Oreo misses the home she''s had since her kitten years. There, she was very well behaved, fine with kids, and especially good with boundaries, her previous family explained, never jumping up on counters and escaping out open doors. During her Care Center behavior exam, she showed off her friendly personality, getting high marks, and even purring and head-butting. Give lovely Oreo a reason to come out of her shell and feel secure again by adopting her today.