Humane Society Seeks Home for Shy Tabby

The Atlanta Humane Society Mansell Campus has been home to Baby Boy, a petite brown tabby.

Baby Boy is a sweet, gentle cat currently living at the and looking to find a family who will love and care for him forever. Baby Boy just turned one and is a petite brown tabby weighing only eight pounds. He is very shy and is a little overwhelmed by shelter living. Although he is adjusting to his new surroundings what Baby Boy really wants is a home of his own.

Although he is a shy boy, once he realizes who his buddies are he is extremely affectionate. He loves to be petted and scratched. His little tail twitches with joy when he gets a little one on one time with the staff and volunteers. After a little while of establishing trust and being scratched Baby Boy will even crawl into your lap for a little snuggle session. Baby Boy would do best in a home that would understand that he is timid and unsure around new people and surroundings. He would love to find a family who would understand that he has lots of love to share but would give him time to come around on his own.
Due to his shy nature he would probably do best in a home without small children.

Baby Boy has been micro-chipped, dewormed, vaccinated, neutered and tested\ negative for FIV and feline leukemia.

If you think you can provide Baby Boy with an understanding, loving home please come meet him at
the Atlanta Humane Society’s Mansell Road campus located at 1565 Mansell Road, Alpharetta, GA
30009. You won’t regret taking the time to meet this sweet boy! Please bring your whole family and an
adoption application can be filled out at our facility. We can also be reached at 404-875-5331 with any


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