My name is CROWLY!

Domestic Mediumhair Cat for adoption in Murray, Utah - CROWLY
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I'm being cared for by:
The Humane Society of Utah

Facts about CROWLY

  • Breed: Domestic Mediumhair
  • Color: Gray Or Blue
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 11738523-A101016
  • Hair: Medium
The Pets in Progress program is HSU''s initiative to successfully place animals who are currently working on some behavioral challenges. Best with experienced pet owners, they require a bit of extra training as they work towards becoming the best companions they can be. At HSU, we know they are well worth the effort!

What I have to offer:

- I have loads of love to give once IÂ’ve had a chance to come out of my shell.
- I love to talk even though no one seems to know what IÂ’m saying.
- IÂ’m very playful! I especially enjoy laser pointer toys!

What IÂ’m working on:

- Fear of change & new environments: IÂ’m shy at first, especially when it comes to settling in to a new home. Like many cats, IÂ’ll need to be given a long adjustment period (several weeks) to get used to new surroundings & people.
- Handling Sensitivity: I’m a bit uncomfortable receiving physical attention from new people. I’m more of a “look but don’t touch” kind of girl until I’ve had time to really get to know you. I’m an old-fashioned lady, what can I say? Once I’m used to you though I turn into a real cuddle-bug.

What IÂ’m looking for:

- A low traffic home with very experienced cat owners & no kids under the age of 13.
- Adopters who will respect my personal space because IÂ’m a princess & want to be treated like one.
- Understanding adopters who know it will take lots of time & patience to help me settle into a new home.

Think this might be the right pet for you? Talk to a staff member today!

*Please note that Pets in Progress adoptions are approved by HSUÂ’s Behavior Department.*
(If they are not available, you will need to make an appointment.)

About The Humane Society of Utah

Our Adoption Process...

The Humane Society encourages adoption of its animals by offering a complete package for a single low
price, which includes the animal's spay or neuter surgery, first vaccinations, a complete physical examination by an independent veterinarian, and a leash
for dogs or a carrier for cats. The Society also does its best to make sure that its animals are adopted only to
responsible, caring homes. All potential adopters are required to fill out a preliminary questionnaire and undergo counseling with a shelter employee before adoptions are approved.