Honey

Animal ID: APA-A-49454
Sex: F
Looks Like: Domestic Shorthair
Current Weight: 2 pounds
Date of Birth: 2017-04-10
Age: 5 months
Location: Foster Home

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Quiet, Curious, Cuddly

Honey is an explorer who knows no bounds! Your shoulder is her mountain top and she'll climb up to it to take in the glorious views out the window. She may decide all that exertion calls for a nap and proceed to fall asleep right then and there. At other times she'll make the descent back down to your lap, another place she loves to catch some zzzs! Her curiosity is insatiable and takes her to exotic places such as cabinets, closets, bookshelves and table tops. She's stealthy, no doubt, sometimes becoming "lost" to her foster family when she quietly hunkers down in one of her newly discovered locales.

Honey prefers that you don't hold her, a girl has to be ready for action if the next escapade calls after all! But, cuddles and pets are certainly welcome. She can be shy at first, but that doesn't last for long. Honey hasn't had any interactions with kids or dogs. But, she enjoys spending time with her sweet brother, Fig, who often joins her for adventures inside mysterious cardboard boxes or endlessly fascinating bathtubs. You may also find them wrangling with strings, wand toys and on occasion, those alluring and sometimes alarming jingly balls!

Honey has tested positive for Feline Leukemia (FeLV). It is possible for kittens six months and younger to shed this virus completely and test negative, so Honey will be re-tested for FeLV at his six month birthday, at which time a definitive diagnosis can be assured. Until then, Honey should live with no other cats or kittens to ensure the virus is not passed. Honey is available for adoption now to adopters who can accommodate a feline leukemia positive, or negative, cat as she is not yet of age to have a definitive test. For more information, please contact APA! or read more by our Partner, Best Friends Animal Society: http://bestfriends.org/Resources/FAQs-About-Feline-Leukemia-Virus-FeLV

If you're looking for a playful kitten who is part mountain goat, part teddy bear and who has a good dose of Christopher Columbus (fluffy version) thrown in, then it may just be time to sweeten your world with precious Honey! Contact us to meet her today!

All APA! cats are fully vetted, spayed or neutered, and have updated vaccines and a microchip. Lifetime support is offered by our Cat Behavior Team.

For further information or to meet Honey, please email [email protected]