Meet CERES (COURTESY POST)
Beautiful Ceres is a young tabby, weighs 7lbs, is spayed, is up to date on her vaccines, is microchipped, and is FeLV/FIV negative, as veterinary records will substantiate. Ceres's foster adds:
"Ceres is a beautiful young tabby with white markings. She was rescued from the streets with her 3 kittens a month ago. The kittens have all found homes and now it’s Ceres’ time to find her forever home.
Foster is home all day and spends time with cat on and off through the day. She has been in foster's bedroom to help her transition to house cat. Ceres is shy. A noise can cause her to go to her favorite spot under the bed.
Ceres will head bump you, ask for pets, cuddle up and is an expert biscuit maker and is a purr machine. She’s just discovered the joys of playing and likes a good romp with a toy on a wand."
Ceres's guardian explains why she is rehoming her: "I rescue abandoned cats and find homes after spayed, vaccinated, combo tested, treated for fleas, and dewormed."
Ceres's guardian states the following regarding children: Ceres hasn't lived with or otherwise been around children, so her foster doesn't recommend her living with children because she's been with only 1 adult.
Ceres's guardian states the following regarding dogs: Ceres hasn't lived with otherwise been around dogs, so her foster doesn't recommend her living with dogs, stating "She has not been around other dogs. Because she is shy and needs time to get to know her fur mom/dad, a household without dogs would be better".
Ceres's guardian states the following regarding cats: Although Ceres currently lives with the resident cat in her foster home, her foster doesn't recommend her living with cats, stating "Ceres is better off as a single cat. Possibly later after she's been with her adopter for time sufficient that she feels 'at home' it may be possible for her to be around another cat".
Ceres's guardian describes her as:
Likes to be touched
Ceres's guardian describes her ideal future home:
"Her best adopter will be patient as it will likely take Ceres a few weeks to settle in to a new environment….relocation is hard on cats and just takes time to happen. But patience will pay off and you’ll have yourself a wonderful loving companion."
Rehoming Fee: $50
Location: Baltimore, MD
Fees vary based on pet, we have an adoption contract that outlines the conditions the pet must be kept, our right to reclaim, and notification to us if the pet is to be euthanized. Please visit our website to fill out an adoption application.