NCSPCA 10/3/09

Our featured pet this week is Constance a sweet orange-and-cream kitty who was rescued from a large abandoned cat colony. She is one of the very rare wild cats who has made the adjustment to domestic life through a lot of encouragement and TLC. She is a gentle soul who would be a great addition to any home. She prides her ability to be a great foot-warmer and greeting you at the door when you come home from a long day of work. Her rumbling purr and kneading paws will relax your ears and massage your legs. Constance is a special cat who is looking for a home where her affectionate personality will be appreciated.

If you are considering taming a feral cat yourself, you should be aware that most feral cats do not adapt to domestication. Although they may look like your domestic kitty, they are wild animals who live in a social hierarchy and prefer to live outdoors. You may have some success taming a feral kitten, but don't attempt this without speaking to the shelter staff or a reliable source.

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