Will You Paw It Forward With Me?: Thursday Purrsday
HIYA!! SAVANNAH HERE!!!
Those of you who have followed me for a couple of years know my joy in being able to reach out with my telepathic powers and bring Mom L and Dad P to find me. If you don’t know my history, click HERE for the beginning…there is lots more but I don’t want to digress from my Paw It Forward post.
Please give a very warm, but quiet, welcome to…
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I ask for quiet as Miss Bunny and her temerity so resonate with me…and how I felt at Kitty Corner, my former shelter run by Contra Costa Humane Society.
Miss Bunny has been described with great caring by CCHS’s Adoption Manager Miss Chrissy (she was gracious and caring with me to…sigh)…
“If you like easy cats, you probably can’t get one much easier than Bunny. She’s quiet as can be and while she doesn’t necessarily have an adventurous spirit, she’s incredibly sweet and gentle. Bunny adores being petted and will rub all over your hands, purring away, but it takes her some time to feel comfortable in new environments. Bunny had a very hard time in Kitty Corner and hid out while there with the other cats; she’s a very passive girl and that environment was too overwhelming for her. So into our offices she came and while she spends most of her day tucked away in a cozy cubby or under our chairs watching us all go by, when we sit with her and pet her, she instantly melts, belting out her purr song and soliciting more & more pets. In the right quiet, adult household she’ll surely come around and feel more & more comfortable given time. We won’t lie though, it will take her some time to reach that point! In the office she’s in, it took her nearly a month to start coming out into the open where she was exposed. She’d love people to pet her in her safe spots, but being exposed was a frightening thing for her.
Bunny is a tortoiseshell Manx mix – a bobbed tail kitty with a heart and eyes of gold. She’s estimated to have been born in January of 2010 and is spayed, microchipped, vaccinated and FeLV/FIV negative. She gets along fine with other cats but is very submissive and so would do best in a home where she can be either an only cat or where there’s another patient, cat-friendly cat who might enjoy teaching Bunny how to play. Bunny’s new home should expect to give her a safe room to call her own for quite some time but allow her the opportunity to explore as she starts feeling more comfortable. She may not ever be a cat who comes out to greet visitors, but with the right person that won’t matter. Bunny just has a very sweet soul and is looking for someone she can trust with all her heart. Give her a chance, some time and plenty of petting and we’ve no doubt she will blossom beautifully!
Please meet Miss Bunny…
And just one more little home made video of Miss Bunny…take note of how fast she comes out to greet Ms. Chrissy…she could do that FOR YOU if you choose to be her forever Guardian….just a thought…really….no pressure, none whatsoever…
I humbly ask that any who read this post…please, please SHARE, SHARE, SHARE…Miss Bunny is very very special…ahem, koff, koff…ahem…like…*shuffling paws*…like me.
She is very timid, fearful…but so very very loving…sigh…like me
Thank you for coming by to visit…anything you can do is very helpful…please take action…we love purrs and prayers…but sharing on FB and Twitter and on you blog is what will help Miss Bunny draw her forever guardians to her.
Paw Pats, Savannah
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