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Penny
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  • Domestic Short Hair
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Housebroken
  • Up-to-date with routine shots

Meet Penny, a tough mama cat who is done taking care of babies and living on the street! She is approximately 5 years old. This beautiful torbie is still very nervous around people, but she warms up in time. She was found living in an auto shop with her five kittens late last year. She took incredible care of them, and she's ready for a home of her own now that they’ve been adopted! While Penny may never be comfortable being held, she loves prancing around the room purring, giving head butts, and kneading constantly. She also enjoys playing with string toys and scratching on her scratching post. In the right home, she will continue to build trust and let down her guard. What Penny’s looking for in a home: - She is new to indoor life with humans, so she needs a kind and patient guide to help her continue adjusting. - - Loud noises, fast movements, and strangers make her very nervous, and she will need to be kept in a confined space until she feels comfortable in her new home. - She needs to live indoors only. - She has a positive history with other cats and may like having a feline friend close to her age. - She has no known history with dogs. - She has no known history with children. All Alley Cat Projects cats are spayed/neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated prior to adoption. Thank you for your interest in adopting Penny! If your household fits the above criteria, you can apply to adopt her by filling out this questionnaire: https://bit.ly/ACPAdoptionForm Only applicants who complete the questionnaire will be considered. View full description »

Adult, Female, Medium
Working Cat: Indoor shop cat (feral)
Working Cat: Indoor shop cat (feral)
  • Domestic Short Hair
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Housebroken
  • Up-to-date with routine shots

Alley Cat Project rescues feral cats, primarily through "TNR" (Trap-Neuter-Return). Occasionally, the feral cats cannot be returned to the site where they were previously living and must be relocated. We prefer that they go to indoor-only "mouser" type of working homes like warehouses, large shops, Industrial settings, etc., where they can perform an organic rodent control service for you, without being exposed to hazards outdoors. We have placed many cats in settings of this type with great success. The cats will typically be very shy and seldom seen at first. They may gain trust and confidence over time and become more friendly. Typically, they hide during the day and come out at night to patrol for rodents. They are not aggressive, unless cornered and force to be handled against their will. They use litter boxes. They are very little trouble. Do you have a work setting as described above, where these "working cats" can have a home? If you do, please respond to this posting with a little bit of information about where you are located, and what the setting/situation there is like. Thank you! View full description »

Adult, Female, Medium
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