GALADRIEL – A1099062
Safe - 3-17-2017 Staten Island
SAFE 3/17/17 This shy girl was found all by herself.
She’s a bit nervous and just about 2lbs, so we’d like to find placement for her.
Please consider pulling Galadriel from SIACC today!
Staten Island Center
A1099062 – Galadriel – 2 months ✽ Female ✽ Stray ✽ Experience
Animal’s appearance – Kitten appeared clean and of healthy weight.
Animal’s demeanor with you – Kitten allowed all handling.
Client stated he found the kitten in his yard all by itself. He stated he felt bad for the kitten and picked it up and brought it into his home. Client bathed the kitten and gave it some food but she really did not eat. He stated he cannot keep the kitten because he already has a cat and cannot afford to take care of another one so he brought it to SIACC.
female ~ 2 months
relaxed , easy to handle
no fleas seen
Galadriel came to the shelter as a stray, so we don’t have any behavioral history or tendencies in a home environment. Upon intake, Galadriel allowed all handling.
Reaction to assessor: Galadriel is sitting at the front of her cage.
Reaction when softly spoken to: Galadriel looks at the assessor, alert.
Reaction to cage door opening: Galadriel retreats.
Reaction to touch: Galadriel remains still, motionless during this type of handling.
Reaction to pick up: Galadriel tries to hide in assessor’s arms.
Placement Determination: Experience
Galadriel does not approach the assessor or solicit attention, but tolerates petting and handling. Galadriel is exhibiting behavior suited to experienced cat parents and may need additional adjustment time to a new home environment.
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