Honey is social with other cats given the proper introduction. She hasn't quite accepted dogs just yet, but it may not be out of the question. Her initial knee-jerk reaction to strangers is to run and hide, but once you gain her trust, she'll be your best furrend!
Complete an Adoption Application for consideration TODAY! http://feralangels.x10host.com/Adoption-Application/
Before scheduling an appointment to meet with our rescue foster kittens, there is some information we must share with you. A large majority of the kittens we foster are former feral kittens (born in the wild with no human contact), and depending on at what age we trap them, and their individual personalities, they may or may not maintain some degree of their instinctive fear of humans after socialization. All of the behavioral descriptions of our kittens are accurate as it pertains to their behavior with their foster family. Their initial behavior with strangers is usually one of fear, wherein they will run and hide.
Be aware that this is only a brief, TEMPORARY state which will pass once they get to know you and your family and determine that you are not a threat to them. Once you make that connection, they will bond with you and your family, as they have with us. This may take some time and patience, but is well worth it in the end.
If you have the patience and are willing to take the time to allow a new kitten to adjust to a new home and family, and are willing to follow our instructions on how best to acclimate them to a new environment, then please complete our online application by clicking on this link (or copying and pasting it into your web browser's address field):
If your application is approved, we will then proceed with making an appointment for you and your family to meet with the kitten of your choice.
Thank mew once again for considering adoption!
Please consider making a donation to sponsor the fostering and medical care of our rescue foster kitties:
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NOTE: Some shelters have physical locations you can visit; some of these shelters may only have pets for a limited time, so please do not wait for a reply—just go visit the shelter! Other organizations are rescue groups run by busy volunteers who may take a while to reply. You can find information about the shelter or rescue group caring for this pet, and their adoption procedures, on the pet's details page on Adopt-a-Pet.com.