Bonnie is looking for her Clyde! When this pretty lady first arrived at the Adoption Center, she was terrified, hiding in the very back of her box. Luckily, we had a comfortable foster home ready to welcome her—and we’ve seen her absolutely blossom! According to her foster caregiver, Bonnie was nervous and shy for the first few days. The trick to getting Bonnie to feel more comfortable? A kitty fort! As soon as Bonnie had access to such a cozy place, she realized that her foster home is pretty great. Now, according to her foster, Bonnie “loves to rub her head on everything, initiates pets, and loves head and belly scratches.” She’s still a tad cautious when it comes to loud noises—understandably, of course—but Bonnie’s definitely won over her foster’s heart. She calls Bonnie a “total sweetheart,” and we know you’d feel the same.
Bonnie is looking for an adopter who understands that going to live in a new home can be a little scary and that she will need time to adjust. Small kids may be too much for her, so we think children around age 8 and up would be the best bet. We know that Bonnie has previously lived with another cat but we’re not sure how they got along—so, if you’re interested in adopting Bonnie as a friend for your current kitty our Matchmakers would be happy to speak about proper cat-cat intros! Please fill out our Cat Adoption Survey if you’re interested in adopting her.