If ever there was a cat we wish we could talk to, it’s our Tina. She was living in a feral colony and was trapped as part of a trap-neuter-release clinic held at Tabby’s Place. But when our vet and vet tech reached into the trap very carefully to get her out, you can imagine their surprise when she was gentle and affectionate, even though she was very frightened at the time. Clearly, she isn’t feral at all, but how she came to be part of a feral colony is something we’ll never know.
Whatever her past, Tina remains a gentle, affectionate girl. She’s timid at first, and she can be easily startled. Because of that, she would do best in a quieter home.
Tina is absolutely lovely, a medium-haired, medium-sized girl of multiple shades of orange, from a deep orange back to a paler orange on her tummy. She has a somewhat stocky build and pale green eyes. We believe she was born around June of 2010.
Having lived in a colony of other felines, Tina has no difficulty being around other cats. Because she can be a bit timid, however, other cats that are especially domineering might bully her; it’s just something to keep an eye on.
Given her good looks and gentle nature, we’re confident that Tina will be adopted quickly. Come in to meet her before someone else beats you to it!