Simone had a rough time living outdoors. Although she had a steady feeder, the person didn't make any efforts to have Simone spayed, so she had multiple litters of kittens before we were able to stop the long line of kittens with TNR (trap-neuter-return). Once spayed, it was clear that Simone didn't want to return to her outdoor home. She may be small, but she is a bundle of personality and charm.
Simone adores lots of petting and neck scratching, and may, in time, decide a lap is for her (not yet). Her purr far outsizes her small body and she'll start her engine with just a few pets. She may start out a little bit shy in a new home, but she will adjust quickly with calm understanding and affection. She adores cats and often does a little tip toe dance when meeting them. Simone could be adopted alone, but would probably prefer living with another cat. She will be fine with calm children over the age of 10 as well as a calm, cat-respectful dog. We estimate she was born in 2018. Bio# 4095 GJ
If you are interested in adopting Simone, or another cat, please fill out our adoption questionnaire at https://icraeastbay.org/adopt/how-to/.