Description: Gorgeous tabby with a white chest. legs, and belly
Personality: Do you sometimes work from home, or have one cat already who could use a companion while you’re at work all day? Have we got the cat for you!
Selene is an active, confident, and curious girl with a big personality. She always wants to know what you’re up to, especially in the kitchen. If cats have nine lives, then Selene must have been a mountaineer or high-wire artist in one of her previous lives, because she loves to climb and be as high up as possible. It’s not uncommon to find her curled up asleep on a top shelf.
Selene is one chatty kitty. If you speak “cat”, you’ll have many long conversations with her!
Selene had feline company outside the hotel in Durham where she was found and blended well with the other household cats she stayed with for a couple of weeks when her foster mom had to travel. She is still a young cat and would likely enjoy having some kitty companions around her age.
Her ideal home would have a screened-in porch where she could lounge in the sun and fresh air with her furry pal(s) and watch the birds ‘n’ squirrels show outside.
interactive play with her human
chasing ponytail holders across the wood floor
practicing her hunting skills (she’s a stone-cold assassin and would gladly keep your home critter-free!)
getting all ninja-crazy-town on the cat condo at her foster home (cat condo included with adoption)
HATES: being alone too much
Selene is not really a fan of adoption events—she’s a bit of a diva that way. But she’d love to have you come for a visit on her home turf. Put in an application and schedule a meet-and-greet today. You’ll be glad you did!
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