Six month old Suki was found in a box on the side of the road- on one of the coldest days this year. Luckily, some Good Samaritans found her, and got her to Protectors of Animals. Surprisingly, whatever happened to her before that box, has not seemed to have left any emotional scars on little Suki. This is an extraordinarily happy katten (what we call the age somewhere between older kitten and a young cat). Suki purrs as soon as she sees you. Suki wants company. Suki wants to be petted. Suki wants to play. Suki will let you pick her up, kiss her on the top of her head, and tell her what a good girl she is. In short, Suki is a high energy sweetheart, who will fit easily into your arms and into your heart.
However, the high energy piece does matter. This is not a girl who will stay happy if she is left home alone a lot. Suki will not mean to be a bad girl, but kattens will get into mischief if they spend too much time unsupervised and without a playmate. Suki would do best with another young cat or kitten who likes to play or with someone who is home more often than not and will commit to regular high energy playtime.
Suki needs to run, and leap, and bounce. Her adopters should also understand that some of this bouncing will likely be done at 3:00 am. If you work long hours out of the home, hate to have your sleep interrupted by the sound of jingle ball rolling down the stairs, or have a priceless collection of delicate collectibles, Suki is not your cat. (Can we introduce you to Elijah?) But for the person or family looking for a friendly, affectionate, active young girl, Suki is going to be pure joy. And the only boxes in her future will be the ones you give her to play in, while you fix her dinner.
To find out more or to make a special appointment to meet them, please fill out the application at www.poainc.org and send an e-mail to POAplacement@gmail.com. The first approved application that is a good match will be given an appointment but they will remain on the website and Facebook until they are adopted. The Placement Team Volunteers at firstname.lastname@example.org will have the most up to date information about appointments.