Norah is a special little lady who has been in foster care since October 2020. When Norah first arrived, she was in some desperate need of loving care; timid, shy and terribly afraid of every little thing and every single human. With the patience and love from her foster humans, she has shown a new side to her.
Norah has lived with other cats & dogs while in foster care. She can find dogs a little overwhelming so she would be suited to a home with no dogs. She would be happy being a solo cat or would enjoy the company of another quite cat.
When it comes to people, Norah will allow pats at food time. She does enjoy a good butt scratch, on her terms. Norah's a lady that knows what she wants. She isn't a fan of forced love so we think a home with no children is best suited.
Due to Norah’s heightened flight response, she will need to be a strictly indoor cat. If she were let outside, there is a high probability she would never return home. She loves watching the outside world from the windows and playing with toys – she loves to bat smaller toys around the floor, especially when she thinks no one is watching.
Considering the amazing progress Norah has shown since coming into care, once she settles into her forever home, she may continue to blossom and come out of her shell. Her new family needs to know that this will take time and must be patient with her. Norah is a lovely little lady and she looks forward to meeting you!