This week’s Pet of the Week is Tamora, a sweet and petite tabby available for adoption from Kitsap Humane Society.
Tamora is tons of fun. She has the most expressive face and a quirky, raspy voice. At about two years old, she is a social, curious girl who enjoys attention, playing with cat toys, and sunbathing on sunny windowsills.
Tamora arrived at Kitsap Humane Society as a stray. For the first couple of weeks, she was very stressed and scared in the kennel, and would hiss and bury her face in her blankets if you looked at her. But when she was moved to a staff office so she could relax, she instantly came out of her shell.
Now, Tamora is doing so well that she’s residing in the Cattery — she’s happy, social, and content! We know she’ll be an amazing companion once she settles in to her new home.
Tamora is full of personality, and will sometimes give “love-bites” when she’s really feeling excited. She also loves to explore, and so would enjoy a home with lots of cat trees to climb and interesting spaces to investigate. If you think Tamora is the cat for you, come in and meet her today!
See Tamora’s full listing here.
Kitsap Humane Society is a private, nonprofit animal shelter that rescues and rehomes more than 6,000 pets every year. The Silverdale-based organization has a “lives saved” rate of over 95 percent, and never euthanizes an animal due to lack of space. In addition to caring for and adopting animals, Kitsap Human Society also provides spay/neuter services to low income residents of Kitsap County and Animal Rescue and Enforcement services to surrounding municipalities.