Four year old Luna is looking for love. Luna was surrendered to Protectors of Animals because a new family member was allergic. She doesn't understand what she did wrong to lose her world. And she is struggling a bit with the shelter. (It doesn't help that she doesn't appear to be a fan of other cats.)
Luna may greet you with a hiss. “Leave me alone! I am mad!”, she seems to be saying. But step away, and she comes forward as though asking why you are leaving. “Wait! Don't go. I'm not THAT mad!” Luna is actually pretty darn sweet when she forgets that she is mad at the world. She gives little head butts. She has a great purr. And she has the softest, silkiest fur. We could pet her for hours- and she would love that.
Luna is looking for patience, and understanding. And aren't we all? She is reportedly not a fan of dogs and though she could probably share a big enough house with another cat- she did so successfully in the past- she really would be happiest as a one and only. Mostly Luna is looking for love. And when she finds it, she promises to cuddle and play, and look up at you with total devotion.
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 email@example.com will have the most up to date information about appointments.
Adoptions are now done by appointment only. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info and an appointment.