Since our first encounter with Eve back in March, Eve has been steadily progressing beyond her harrowing experience of being abandoned on our campus grounds. Under the foster care of Ronald, one of CMN’s staff advisors, she has blossomed into a tremendously sweet and loving cat, from the nervous grey tabby that was found cowering within the dark crannies of the ADM building.
We put out adoption calls on social media platforms for Eve, and we sought out to bring Eve to adoption drives for potential adopters to see how affectionate Eve can be.
But being surrounded by strangers can be a stressful experience for cats, and we quickly realised that Eve wasn’t her usual self. She quietly holed herself up in the corner of her enclosure, as people sought to pet her.
While this undoubtedly sets us back in our efforts to get Eve adopted, we still want to find that special someone who is willing to take the time to gain Eve’s trust, and give her the forever home that she deserves.
Eve is affectionate towards people whom she is familiar with, and often enjoys receiving pats and cuddles from them. She also has the endearing habit of following her caretaker around the house, and finds joy in toying with plastic bags.
She’s lived for a period now with our dearest Bobbs, who got himself trapped under a hall block late last month. They do interact well, though Eve keeps her distance. With proper support, we think Eve can integrate into a multi-cat household.
Eve has been sterilized and dewormed, and is FIV and FELV negative.
Will you be the Adam to our Eve? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org now for a personal meet-and-greet session with Eve! Interested adopters will be assisted in the necessary adopter’s questionnaire and adoption checklist, and a house visit will be performed to ensure the safety of all parties involved.