Shirley is one of the HSWA’s most misunderstood kitties. She prefers the safety and solitude of the cupboard, so a lot of people think she doesn't like attention – but she does. Just not too much of it. She absolutely loves having her chin scratched and her ears massaged, but you have to approach her with confidence.
Unfortunately, this is Shirley's third time to be at the HSWA cat shelter. She was returned once because her owner was planning on moving and couldn't take her. Then she was adopted again, but the other animals in that home started to bully her. Because Shirley was an only cat with her first human for such a long time, the HSWA thinks she would be happiest in a home where there aren't any other cats or small children. Of course, the HSWA cat shelter is full of other cats, so Shirley is not very happy here. She doesn't ask for much and is about as low maintenance as they come. She just wants to exist in peace and quiet.
And, Shirley's adoption fee has been paid. All you will need to do is sign the Adoption Agreement and take her home. For more information on how to adopt Shirley, please visit www.humanesocietyofwa.org or call 205-554-0011. The HSWA’s cat shelter is open Saturdays from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Shirley is negative for feline leukemia, spayed and up to date on vaccinations.