Happy Tails Tuesday: Hope

Black Cat Rescue is very pleased to announce the adoption of Hope!

Happy tail! Hope has been adopted!

Happy tail! Hope has been adopted!

Hope came to Black Cat Rescue from a large Boston-area shelter after she was seemingly abandoned by her former owners. In the shelter environment, Hope was very scared and growly, but nice with people. It was clear that she would have some trouble meeting potential adopters while stressed by her surroundings, so shelter staff found Hope a foster home.

When Hope arrived in her Black Cat Rescue foster home, she was pretty scared. She was recovering from spay surgery and coming to grips with her new situation.

Hope is a lovey young cat with a playful side! Her new forever family is lucky to have her.

Hope is a lovey young cat with a playful side! Her new forever family is lucky to have her.

Within a few days, Hope was out and about and loving the cushy foster home life! Hope’s lovey personality was immediately apparent to her foster family. She loved sleeping in bed with her humans and she really loved pets and cuddles with her foster mom! So much so, that Hope would very, very vocally demand attention when she had to spend time in isolation during her transition week. We love a lady who knows what she wants, and what she wants is pets!

About 3 weeks after Hope arrived in her foster home, she met her new forever family. Lana contacted Black Cat Rescue to find a new companion and met Hope in early March. They immediately hit it off! Hope went right into her carrier to go to her new home– a rare event. We weren’t surprised that such a sweet, affectionate cat found her forever home so quickly.

Hope knows what she wants-- cuddles!

Hope knows what she wants– cuddles!

Congratulations to Hope and Lana! We wish them the absolute best in the future.

Learn more about Black Cat Rescue at www.blackcatrescue.com.

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