More About Her:
Meet Cranberry! This sweet girl enjoys the company of her best friends, especially when they treat her to delicious snacks.
She appreciates slow introductions to new faces and environments. Cranberry can be talkative when she’s settling into new places, and our Behavior team can give you some tips on how to help her practice her quiet manners.
Cranberry arrived in our care with an injured left front leg. To prevent further pain and discomfort the limb was amputated. This resilient kitty has become more comfortable with being a tri-pawed cat. She will continue to grow stronger and more agile in her new home.
Cranberry is looking for an experienced adopter who will help her feel more comfortable in her new home and can give her time to warm up to new people. She should be the only pet in her new family with kids 14-and-up.
Office Foster Cat
As part of our adoption program, some of our feline friends have the opportunity to live in ASPCA team members' offices. Living in an office allows cats to have a more comfortable and domestic living space, and allows our behavior team to learn more about each individual kitty's personality and needs. Through the office foster program, we are able to offer adopters a clearer picture of how their new feline friend will adjust to life in a permanent home. If you are interested in meeting one of our office foster cats, please note that the office foster cats are available to meet adopters by appointment only. For more information about meeting an office foster cat, please call our Adoptions department at (212) 876-7700 ext. 4120.