**Please note: applications must be filled out via our website - www.angelcathaven.com - thank you for understanding.**
Joy 1 is a quiet and shy 4 year old calico. This beautiful little girl is a real sweetie who loves to observe her foster family from her favorite perch on her cat tree. Joy 1 needs a quiet home with adopters who are willing to socialize Joy on her schedule. She will need time to get used to and feel safe in her new surroundings. Once comfortable, her sweet personality will shine. Patience pays off with Joy! She would do best in a quiet household with another mellow kitten or cat. She needs an experienced adopter with another cat in the home, who will understand that Joy will need to tell you when shes ready for affection. She will need to be crated initially and then gradually be given room to explore. She cannot go to a home with children or loud dogs. She doesn’t tolerate being picked up so home vetting would be needed. Please note any previous experience socializing timid/shy cats on your application.
This cat is currently in a foster home so if you would like to meet them please fill out an adoption application. They can be found at www.angelcathaven.com and can be filled out online or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
**A special note: given the current social restrictions we are under due to COVID-19, the adoption process will be a longer one than usual to insure the health and safety of everyone involved.**
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