Looking for a home

On May 30 there was a massive thunder, hail and rain storm that poured down on Trinity County. The next morning when shelter workers had arrived, they found a box in front of the gates that contained a mamma cat and her kittens. They were all soaking wet, shivering and frightened. Shelter workers cared for this little family to make sure they were dried off, warm and fed. Once her kittens were 8 weeks old they were all adopted leaving mamma cat, Kori as we named her, waiting for her fur-ever home. Unfortunately no one has been interested in inviting this homeless girl into their lives to be a part of their family. Kori is about 3 or 4 years old and even after these, almost, three months she is still quite timid. She is sweet and loving in her kennel when you pet her but if you let her out, she runs and hides. Kori is looking for an understanding family who will allow her to adjust to her new home in her own time. A family who will love her and show her she belongs. If you are interested in being Kori’s fur-ever family, please call the Trinity County Animal Shelter at 623-1370 and make an appointment. 

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