Shrinking Violets

By Joan DiPiero

Most of our cat adopters decide on “The One” pretty quickly, usually choosing an outgoing cat who speaks “take me, take me” by either jumping on a lap, rubbing against a leg, showing a tummy for petting, or other dramatic moves designed to please. While we are thrilled by these adoptions, we see many of our “quiet cats” going unnoticed because they don’t seek the limelight. Without the competition of extrovert roommates, they would blossom in a home environment. Pixie, a sleek black two-year-old girl, loves to sit on the floor next to us waiting to be petted. Scylla, a three-year-old tabby, is finally coming out of her shell, after a year of shyness. Tina, a pretty henna-red tinted tabby, less than a year old, hid her first few months here, but now comes out to play. Quest, a delightful little orange male kitten, was initially timid, but has discovered that play and people are more fun than he first thought. Please consider these quiet ones, who make few demands, but who will reward you with their gentle and subtle version of love. Meet them at the SPA, Los Pinos 7, 152 6124. Adoption hours are Monday–Saturday, 11am–2pm.


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