Meow! My name is Speranza
|Breed:||Domestic Mediumhair||Color:||Orange Or Red||Age:||Adult|
I am already neutered, a special needs pet, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, not good with kids, not good with dogs, and good with cats.
Speranza means lucky in Italian and this guy is. Found in the road between lanes of traffic, Speranza had obviously been hit by a car. Moved off the road by a Cincinnati Cats volunteer and taken to hospital, the outcome of this story was not certain. Mostly feral and suffering from a seriously broken pelvis Speranza had a lot to overcome. In addition to his injuries, his fear of humans added to the difficulty of treating him. With time, he has learned to trust the humans around him and actually enjoys their company. What Speranza really wants, however, is the company of other cats.
Only those who have experience working with semi-feral cats will be considered for adopting Speranza. He has become very affectionate and sleeps in bed with his people now, but still retains some feral tendencies that will take time to ease. There are some physical limitations from his injuries and he will require close monitoring for the rest of his life. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Cincinnati Cats is not a shelter, but a group of individuals who rescue and care for abandoned, stray and feral cats from our homes. For more information on Cincinnati Cats, please visit the Cincinnati Cats homepage at www.cincinnati-cats.org.
Cincinnati Cats Inc. is an all volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to helping cats and helping those individuals who help cats.
All adoptions require the approval of an application, interview of the prospective adopting family, an adoption fee and signed contract. While this may seem extreme to some people wishing to adopt a cat, please realize that our rescuers have invested a lot of time and hundreds of dollars in preparing the cat for adoption. Their rescue efforts are a labor of love and every effort is made to see that there will be a good match for both the cat and the person or family adopting it.