Wren is an approximately 7-month-old spayed female Tortie. Little Wren was part of a litter of four that was abandoned, along with their mother and rescued by PALS. The kittens were already close to 3 months old, and didn’t seem to have had much social interaction with people before we took them in, but our volunteers started handling them, and showing them love and affection right away to help them get used to being around people. Sweet Wren is one of the shyest of the litter, and it takes her a little bit of time to warm up to new people, but once she gets to know someone she does warm up to them, and she’s so sweet and loving when she feels comfortable with you. She gets a little antsy if you try to pick her up, but she’ll happily sit by your side, or curl up on your lap, for some special love and attention. Wren seems to do very well in a room with other cats and kittens, so she might warm up to having a feline companion with a similarly mellow and low-key personality at some point. Because she is such a quiet cat, she would probably do best in a home without children or dogs. If you’ve got the perfect home to give this sweet and quiet girl, please come in and ask to meet Wren.
For more information about Wren, please call PALS at (209) 224-0354. We have other cats and dogs available for adoption so stop by the PALS Adoption Center located in Lodi at 1405 W. Kettleman Lane, next to the Lodi Animal Shelter. Center hours are Tuesday to Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and closed Sunday and Monday. PALS is a Lodi-based, nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the welfare of companion animals in Lodi by increasing the number of animals adopted, reducing animal suffering and providing the highest level of humane care; thus ultimately reducing the number of surplus companion animals euthanized in the city of Lodi. Visit our link at petfinder.com to view cats and dogs currently available for adoption or our website at www.palslodi.org and find out how you can volunteer and/or foster the many animals waiting for permanent homes.