The Stork must have brought Hugo; he was left in a carrier with no note. He is now safely at POA, and however he got here, we are so glad to have him. When he first arrived, Hugo was understandably unsure of his surroundings and preferred to rest in his box so that he could observe them. Now he’s graduated out of his box, and although he still hangs back, he doesn’t mind visitors. In fact, Hugo welcomes scratches on his forehead and his furry chin. He enjoys playing with a ball and could use a play partner! He’d do excellently with a person who is calm and patient, understanding of the changes Hugo has admirably dealt with, and ready to give him lots of love to make him feel safe and comfortable in a loving home. Maybe the Stork will announce a new arrival in your home on adoption day??
How to Adopt
The Cat Adoption Center hours:
Saturdays from 10:30am-4pm or 1st Wednesday of every month 5.30 - 7.30pm
or by appointment.
144 Main ST. East Hartford, CT. Map it!
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