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This young beauty is definitely a "girly girl." Marmalade, named for the beautiful orange color of the popular jam, and, like the jam, is sweet and a little bit tarty! She is a good listener and will do what she is told, but if she doesn't like something, she will tell you. Once she warms up to you, she will cuddle and groom you if you sit calmly next to her, but she doesn't like to be groomed herself, even though she needs regular brushing to keep her fur clean, soft, and mat-free! She can be fussy and particular, just like a girl, according to her foster mom. Marmalade does not like to get her fur dirty, and will pick up her food with her paw to eat. This little lady would like to be the only pet in the home, where she can get ALL the attention and reign supreme!
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P.K. (as in "Pussy Kat") was rescued along with her mother and siblings. She is quite pretty with her all blue (gray) soft fur. She is very shy and would do best with someone who has experience with feral cats and patience with shy cats. Right now she does not like to be picked up but she enjoys being petted by someone she trusts. She is difficult to get into a carrier so would need carrier training. She has been with us since she was a kitten so it might take 6 months to a year to adjust to her new home. P.K. does like other kitties and is very playful.
Lifeline for Pets presents for adoption, shy tabby, Lenny. Lenny is a lucky boy for being rescued in the nick of time. Lenny is a gorgeous tabby, and we are working on his shyness. Lenny & his siblings were rescued from a local backyard & were not socialized as kittens. Lenny is very shy and would do best with someone who has experience with feral cats and is patient with shy cats. Right now he does not like to be picked up, may shy away from being petted and is difficult to get into a carrier. We are working on his socialization and when adopted, he would take quite a bit of time to acclimate.