Poor Odin is feeling a bit depressed. We’ve been giving him pep talks because we’ve all been there and had our hearts broken once or twice. Truisms of “one person’s loss is another person’s gain” and “one day you’ll look back on this moment and be able to laugh” aren’t cutting it. He’s unimpressed. You see, Odin’s family could no longer care for him and he’s taking it quite hard. The shelter just isn’t home. It’s busy. There are lots of roommates. New faces all the time. Change and forgiveness can be hard, even for a cat. Maybe especially for a cat.
This is not to say that Odin has given up. Odin will return affection. After a few moments of petting, Odin will rub up against you or peep up at you with a hopeful expression on his face. Gentle, mellow and easy on the eye with a lovely mix of white and not-quite-black, not-quite-grey fur, Odin just seems to be stuck, waiting for his new person to arrive.
Who is he waiting for? Well, Odin would love to start his next chapter with someone who is as patient, amiable, and faithful as he is. Odin would prefer a quieter home, with a few toys and a lot of petting and reassurance. And since we know that Odin will be a fantastic and totally devoted companion, we are looking for someone who can convince us that they are capable of at least half as much unwavering love as Odin. So if you’ve traveled a route from sadness into joy, please consider Odin. He deserves the happiest of happy ever afters.
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.