People for Cats: Neil and Fawn

Two shy little kitties need a special home...
Neil and Fawn were born to a feral mom and need help to find their confidence (PFC photo)

Two shy little 7-month old siblings are PFC’s cat of the week. Fawn, the more outgoing of the two, is an adorable little dilute torbie domestic short hair female. This little girl has a pale gray coat accented by darker gray tiger stripes overlain with a marbling of pale orange. She also has white paws, a white bib and big expressive dark amber-colored eyes. Her brother Neil, the shier of the two, sports a brown fur coat accented with black tiger stripes and has white around his muzzle and neck. Both are quite new to the PFC shelter, so it is hard to determine what their personalities will be like. Being shy they are still very busy hiding in a cat condo, however, when handled they have shown that they have gentle and sweet dispositions. We are still in the process of assessing these two youngsters to see what setup would be the best environment for them and if they should stay together. Either way they will need someone who is willing to give them the time to gain confidence and get more comfortable around strangers. Why not come in and meet these two cuties?

If you would like to visit with Fawn and Neil or some of our other equally lovely cats, come in to the shelter at 44 Beagle Lane in Teaticket. We are open to the public on Wednesdays from 4 to 6 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Hotline: 508-540-5654, press #1 if you have cat related issues, questions or for further information about People For Cats, or press #2 if you need financial assistance for veterinary care for your cat.


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