found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
They started out life outdoors. Living there, their mama must have taught them "new is bad", as they were very fearful when first rescued. However, in their foster home, they are learning the beauty of change and the fun of new things. Some things, like new string toys and rooms to explore, have been embraced. Others, like loud noises and lots of activity still cause worry, so these girls would better enjoy a quieter home without young children. Their foster home has no dogs but we assume that a canine might likely fit into the 'dog=scary' category for them. Having lived wiith a large group of cats before fostercare, they love the company of, and are respectful to, other cats. Thus, they would do best placed either in a home together, or one with other cats.
The girls are curious and playful, but not super cuddle-bugs. They want to be in the same room as you, but would rather hang out on the couch next to you than in your lap, and are quite independent. They are intelligent, well-behaved, and very beholden to food. They would be perfect for the person who enjoys the rambunctious play of kittens, and who would enjoy seeing their personalities blossom as they become more and more comfortable in your home.
Contact Charlotte, the fostermom for more info:
Pirate tested negative for having FIV or feline leukemia (meaning she doesn't have it.) She has had her complete rounds of FVRCP +FeLV vaccines, rabies vaccination & spay. She is healthy!