He is a small black and white 10-month-old Neutered Domestic Shorthair / Mix.
- I want to live with adults.
- I am a quiet and reserved kitty. I would prefer a peaceful home.
- For my own safety, I must be an indoor cat only.
- I would love to live with another cat. I require a dog-free home.
- I require a family with shy cat experience.
Buoy is available via Westport Branch - CT Humane Society.
The Westport branch of the Connecticut Humane Society is completing adoptions by appointment only in order to best serve the pets in care. CHS accepts online adoption applications for pets at the Westport location. If this pet seems like a good fit for you, please copy this link ( CThumane.org/adoptwestport ) into your browser to fill out a brief application questionnaire. Applications are reviewed in the order in which they are received. CHS Westport staff will call you for a counseling session if the pet is still available for adoption. Please keep your cell phone handy, as staff will make an attempt to call you once your application is reviewed. CHS looks forward to helping you find your best match.
CT Humane Society
About CT Humane Society:
Way back in 1881, a Hartford High School senior named Gertrude O. Lewis wanted to find a way to help the animals of Connecticut. She gathered support in her community – including some of Connecticut’s most prominent citizens of the time – and that very same year, Gertrude founded the Connecticut Humane Society.
And all these years later, the work continues. CHS is the oldest and most comprehensive animal welfare organization in the state, serving thousands of pets every year. As an independent nonprofit organization, CHS does not receive any funding from the government and is not associated with any national animal welfare groups. The pets rely solely on the generosity and support of donors and volunteers.