Pee Wee was very fearful of being inside and around humans. Her 3 siblings adapted quickly and found their homes in December. Pee Wee went out on a trial adoption in January and was returned within a few days due to hiding. She has come a long way in the past few months and while she will probably still hide with a new person in the beginning, if treated with patience and kindness she will eventually come to you as she LOVES to be loved and petted. She is definitely well worth the wait.
Pee Wee and Chloe met this spring when Chloe came in to finish nursing her babies in a safe environment. They would watch each other through a screen door. When they finally came nose to nose they had an instant bond that is very unique and special. Chloe helps Pee Wee feel safe and confident in her perceived scary world and it would be really good thing for them to stay together. Chloe will help you bridge the gap to Pee Wee who craves to be loved as much as Chloe does.
PeeWee is litter box trained and current with her vaccinations.
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