Have you made your New Year’s resolution?
Noelle came to the Coronado Animal Care Facility when she was found stray along the 400 block of Pomona. While we all search for ways to make our lives better, trusting in others is her New Year’s resolution.
Every now and again, you meet someone who is quiet, shy, and introverted. But when you take the time to explore their personality, a rose bud takes shape, often times transforming into a beautiful blossom. That best explains this beautiful shy kitty.
Noelle is getting used to her new surroundings, but with every day, we see her learning to trust again. If your New Year’s resolution is to be kind to others, she will show you the way.
Noelle has become good friends with Fog, an outgoing 6-month-old kitten, and would love to be adopted with him. They are the best of both worlds—a playful kitten and a quiet companion who bring out the best in each other. If adopted together, the adoption fee is $75 for the pair.
Noelle is especially shy and timid
She needs a very special home where she will be allowed to adjust and warm at her own pace, and where she can bond on her own terms
Female, 1 year old,
Dilute Calico with White, DSH,
Spayed, Microchipped, Vaccinated, Negative for FELV & FIV
Adoption Fee – $50
Good with kids: No
Good with cats: Selective with cats, loves kittens
Good with dogs: No
Home environment: Quiet