Everyone has a past. Every legend has a beginning. Meet Bond...James Bond.This little spy cat was brought to Lollypop Farm because his owners had too many pets to care for. He is as stealthy as his famous namesake and keeps a watchful eye on all the goings-on throughout the shelter. Dapper, self-sufficient, and independent, James Bond is looking for a cat-savvy home that will allow him to continue his secret agent ways. He would prefer to stay with his friend, Jason Bourne. Hey, even spies need a friend sometimes, right?Lollypop Farm Spirit Cats are like little ninjas in the night. You catch a glimpse of them and then quickly they dart out of view. Why are they like this? We don't always know what a cat's life was like before they were brought to the shelter. They may have had difficult or limited experiences with people. Whatever the reason, some cats are fearful and in need of a special family. Spirit Cats are likely to spend their time hiding and might not like a lot of attention. Visitors may never even see these stealth felines. But one day, when you've earned their trust, they might rest on the couch next to you. Spirit cats can also make great friends for other cats in your home. There are no guarantees. But one thing is certain, these special cats need someone like you to love them, even if it's at a distance. Give a Spirit Cat a home today.
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