Woody was rescued from a barn situation as a young adult. Terrified of people when he first arrived at NTCR, hissing and spiting was his defensive mechanism of choice. Woody has made incredible strides in learning to trust people, in that with a slow approach he happily enjoys human touch and petting, thanks to daily unconditional love provided by the volunteers at NTCR. A dapper orange and white tabby with brilliant green eyes and timid shy but curious nature. Wood has recently discovered the art of play as he has been observed chasing toys, batting springs and recently started to engage in play that involves people interaction. Woody is excellent with all his roommates and would do best in a mature family home. He would need a patient owner who can see past his initial shyness and understand his need to build trust. If you want to give Woody a “furever” home and family, show him patience, tenderness and kindness as he blossoms into the confident cat he is meant to be, please fill out an adoption application and contact us.
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