NOTE: This cat is in need from the community. This is listed as a courtesy, and the animal does not live at the Refuge. The Goathouse Refuge is not responsible for any problems with the animals or with the adoption process. Please contact the owner directly for more information.
Molly is shy but sweet. She is half Siamese (does not look Siamese). She is mostly grey with some slight orange mixed in. She gets so happy for morning wet food she meows quietly but emphatically. For a stretch I kept her isolated in my bedroom (away from a bully cat) and she liked to sleep next to my head and sometimes lick my hair.
California (Cali) is the sister to Molly and is also shy but sweet. She is black, white and orange. She would prefer a quiet home as she startles easily. She does not show much interest in wet food. She is not overly affectionate but will stand next to you in hopes of a good petting from time to time. If she has not received enough petting she will politely pull your hand back towards her chin. (Molly will too) Neither cat is aggressive. Both are very good about litter boxes, both are very slim and very healthy. It will take some patience to let them warm up but their sweet little natures make it worth it. Would greatly prefer if they were together. Can provide pictures.
Molly and Cali is good with Cats: Yes, Dogs: No, Kids: Unknown
Contact Mark H. at firstname.lastname@example.org, Cell 919.357.2632.
Are you the owner: Yes
Reason for surrender: I live in a condo with 7 cats, all rescues. I have actively worked with Safehaven for cats on about 10 local ferals. Cat interactions are of course complex, and these two are so shy they get bullied by some of the others. I am the only person who can pet them so attempts to meet potential adopters went poorly. I think they would be happiest in a larger living environment with people who will keep an eye on ensuring they will eat.
How did you acquire: Very shy feral kittens that nobody would adopt
How long owned: 6 years
UTD on rabies? No
UTD on FCRVP? No
Medical conditions? No, they are very healthy