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In shelter Cat

Ringoes, NJ, 08551
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Honey is as sweet as her namesake.

Sugar, spice, and everything nice! Meet Honey! Honey is a mild-mannered older gal who appreciates a nice, cozy spot to relax. She may not be an active little one anymore, but she would make a great couch cat for a quiet family that likes to hang out and relax. Honey is very social and outgoing and isnt shy about meeting new people. She enjoys attention and just being around people, even if she isnt demanding attention all the time. Shed be a great addition to most families.

Honey has had a difficult year. She was originally surrendered to us with her feline sister (who has since been adopted) after her person passed away and no one was left to take care of her. Despite the rough change in luck, Honey took the change in stride and was happily re-adopted very quickly. Alas, her luck would change once more and Honey was returned to us. This time, she is ready for the perfect Forever Home!

Honey gets along with laid back felines, but she does like to be in charge and doesnt always get along with some of the more spirited cats in her suite . She would do best in a home where she can get plenty of attention from humans and has some space to herself.

While she may not be an active youngster, she still has plenty of years ahead of her. All she needs is the right home where she can be spoiled!

Do you think Honey is the right cat for you? Fill out an adoption application today!


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