It takes a special kind of horrible to be a person who can abandon any animal, but especially a baby.
Marilyn was feeding her small colony of semi-feral cats when she noticed a newcomer — a very small kitten. She quickly trapped this little girl and within days Zoe had been spayed, vaccinated, tested negative for viral diseases, treated for fleas and worms, and microchipped. All that was left to do was to get Zoe used to humans, teaching her to trust that she would never be abandoned again.
Zoe, a four month old pretty little tortoiseshell, is now in a large cage in Marilyn‘s living room. She’s ready to move to the next step, because at this point she can easily be picked up and held, she will purr once she relaxes, but there isn’t room for her to be loose in a room with her humans. An ideal situation would be having her go to a home with a very small room, like a small bathroom with someone committed to spending the time gaining her trust. And our best hope would be that person would have a friendly adult cat, because we have found shy and semi feral kittens use those friendly cats as a role model, and it helps them become socialized so much faster. Zoe absolutely loves other cats, she would be a great addition to our home with a cat who would love to have a little buddy.
Contact Marilyn at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in adopting Zoe. Your only fee will be continuing the process of fully socializing this darling little cat.
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