communicate from the afterlife. I learned that there are many cats and dogs who are seeking forever homes, and today, I'm going to spotlight a beautiful cat named Birch.
ABOUT BIRCH - If you are looking for a socially awkward companion, you have come to the right place. We are a-plenty. Me and all my pals came from a situation with a lot of other cats, and not a lot of people to spend our time with. We have learned that cats = good, and humans = scary. But we are young, and we are willing to learn new things. Although we may look like your average pick up and cuddle kittens, we enjoy our personal space, and appreciate when folks take their time getting to know us. It's not fun when someone comes on too strong, y'know?
Usually, kittens are easier in pairs. But you know when you are socially awkward and you go to a party to try to broaden your horizons, but then you see your other socially awkward friend and you end up hanging out with them in a corner all night and not meeting anyone new? Yeah, that phenomenon happens to us cats, too. We LOVE cats, but we would do better with a more extroverted friend. Like if you have a kitty at home that loves you and trusts you, they could teach us to do the same! Our friends here, however, simply enable our awkward nature.
We will need lots of dedicated time, a quiet place and lots of food to come out of our shell...but we promise you will be so rewarded when we begin to trust. Whaddaya think, awkward together?