Sometimes the “Pet of the Week” jumps right out of the computer screen, and that was definitely the case with Spunky.
Currently rescued by Pat Brody Shelter for Cats, volunteers report that despite her “resting grump face,” her socializing is improving, and she’s showing her lovable side. She is a true “scaredy cat,” who needs to learn how to trust, but she loves being petted.
Spunky is under two years old; a tabby with gray stripes, jade-green eyes and tiny little tufts at the top of her ears. Her muzzle is a lighter cream — as if she’d dipped her snout in milk. Tabbies are the Massachusetts state cat, and our experience with them is always positive.
They are smart cats who can learn tricks, and definitely enjoy bird-watching and lap time. PBS seeks an adopter who’s “willing to put in the work to earn Spunky’s trust,” and urges candidates to visit the Shelter to “see if we click!”
Visit catsontheweb.org or call 978-582-6116 for information on how to adopt this loving cat or another.