Meet Simone, a lovely, sweet, and shy kitten who’s ready to shine in her forever home! She is approximately 4 months old.
This short-haired girl with unique white and orange tabby markings loves to relax in a comfortable lap, stretch out on her climber, and play in shoe boxes. Her favorite things include getting her fur combed and playing with a variety of toys, especially balls and anything attached to a string. Currently, her favorite activity is wrestling with tissue paper! She’ll let you know when she wants attention with a sweet little meow.
What Simone’s looking for in a home:
- She’s new to indoor life with humans, so she needs a kind and patient guide to help her continue adjusting. Loud noises, fast movements, and strangers make her nervous.
- She needs a feline friend (any age is ok!) to play with and model good cat manners. Simone gets along well with the fosters adult cat.
- She has lots of energy and will benefit from plenty of active play time.
- She feels at ease in a quiet and calm environment.
- She needs to live indoors only.
- She has a positive history with small, cat-friendly dogs.
- She needs an adult-only home.
All Alley Cat Projects cats are spayed/neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated prior to adoption.
Thank you for your interest in adopting Simone! If your household fits the above criteria, you can apply to adopt her by filling out this questionnaire: https://bit.ly/ACPAdoptionForm
Only applicants who complete the questionnaire will be considered.
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