Penelope is a good example of that kind of cat. She's outgoing and gregarious, playful and loving in her foster home but at an adoption she is scared silly and pants and quivers. That's not good for her or those of us who watch and care for her.
Sadly, most cats are adopted because they are 'seen' physically but we hope someone will be interested in this pretty girl and visit her in her foster home.
Pen is young - probably 18 months to 3 yrs. She is a medium haired black and white girl. Here is what her foster has to say about her:
Ms Nellie is very playful, also vocal and when she wants something she will let you know. She likes attention-likes to be petted and scratched, but is not really a lap cat. Really fun, really friendly. Someone made a big mistake letting her get away, she is a great pet! She is nervous at adoptions and would prefer to meet potentional adopters in her foster home where you can see her real personality.
She had some cute-as-cute-can-be kittens who are all adopted, now it is her turn. No more living in alleys for this young lady!