Willow   

In shelter Cat

Naugatuck, Connecticut, 06770
Breeds:
Domestic Short Hair
Colors:
Black
Lost or found date:
06/20/2021
Pet name:
Willow
Gender:
Female
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Coat length:
Short
Description:
Willow ("Wee"),  can be very affectionate, rubbing on your legs, jumping up to rub on your extended hand, rolling all over your feet, and purring loudly when you give her attention or food.  But everything is on her terms and she does not appreciate uninvited attention, being startled or being handled.  She is not the cat for just anybody, but she could be the right cat for just the right, cat-experienced person or family. Willow currently is being fostered in Middlefield with two resident cats and a small dog. She is content to lay in the sun and play with her toys or interactively with the laser pointer or mouse-on-a-string.   She follows her foster mom all over the house when she is not napping and doesn't want to miss out on anything she is doing, especially if it would lead to attention or a treat.  She would need to be adopted by a person or family with other cats who are friendly, accepting of new cats, and easy going.  She would do better with males and she is partial to the laid back big brother type.   She is not recommended for a home with small children. Willow is fixed, up-to-date on shots and tested neg for FIV/FeLV*  All of our cats and kittens are cared for in loving foster homes. "Meet and greets" can be arranged only after an application has been submitted and approved.  Application for adoption can be found at https://www.fosterandforever.org/   Our volunteers do their best to respond within 24 - 48 hrs. 

Location


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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