Sometimes, people can no longer keep their beloved pets, and so they tearfully surrender them to
a shelter. Other time, innocent pets come to us from more complicated circumstances. When they
do, POA does everything possible to ensure that these lovely pets will to go a forever home
where they will be cherished in the manner all pets deserve.
Young Jane came from a hoarding situation. As if this wasn’t bad enough, a few weeks ago, the
people simply left, abandoning both the house and their cats. Luckily, POA and other shelters
stepped up to rescue these innocents. Now, Jane is safe and protected as she waits for a real
home with people who will appreciate her sweetness.
After such a rough start, you might expect Jane to be timid and withdrawn, but don’t be fooled.
This gorgeous girl won’t yowl or swat to demand your attention—that’s not her style—but if you
happen to linger outside her cage for just a minute, you may find she’s silently come up to the
front in the hope that you’ll turn and notice her.
Jane knows what she likes. Stroke her silken fur, and you’ll hear her delicious purrs as her front
paws knead the bed in delight. Drag the tip of a wand around the floor, and that slight noise will
command her attention until she pounces and grabs it. If it doesn’t occur to you to rub her head
or scratch her gently behind her ears, rest assured that she’ll remind you, pushing her head into
your hand for an affectionate touch.
Jane is a gentle soul who will flourish in a loving, secure home. If you are looking to share your
life with a sweet little cat, please come in and meet Jane.
P.S. Tarzan and Jane aren’t a bonded pair, but they’re both well-socialized and get along with
The Cat Adoption Center hours:
Saturdays from 10:30am-4:00pm or 1st Wednesday of every month 5:30 - 7:30pm.
144 Main St.
East Hartford, CT 06118
Please allow for up to one week to hear back regarding your application.