Hi, I'm Ebony
Domestic Short Hair | Young | Female | Medium
I’m very shy and may be a bit scared when you first meet me, so I may want to hide in a safe place. It may take a little while until I learn to trust, but once I do, I’m super sweet and love to face bump my human and beg for treats. I love to have my face and chin scratched and would even let you rub my tummy. I’m pretty quiet, but I do like to play with wand toys and fast moving cat toys. I love to watch the birds and squirrels outside the window and nap in my safe place. I like to climb to the top of a tall cat tree and nap and look out the window.
Hobbies: napping and begging for treats.
Favorite Toy: feathers on string and battery-powered cat toys.
Favorite Napping Spot: a cubby hole in a cat tree.
HOW I CAME TO THE PGSPCA
I was part of a TNR (Trap, Neuter, Release) program and when I was spayed, the veterinarian noticed that I was very sweet and docile, so the PGSPCA brought me into the adoption program so I could find the perfect family to take me home.
My dream home would be a family that will be patient while I learn to trust them and get to know my brand new home. I prefer a quiet home where I can bond with my new family. Currently, I live with my foster mom and her cats. I get along with the other cats, but I’m also OK playing and exploring on my own. If you become my new family, it would be nice if I can stay in a smaller space that is located near my cat guardian’s daily activities and expand from there. I will need some hiding spots to go to while I adjust to and explore my new home.
- Age: Approx. 9 months
- Good with kids: never met kids, but probably scared of young ones.
- Good with dogs: haven’t met dogs yet.
- Good with other cats: yes
- Suitable for townhouse and/or apartment: Yes
- Activity level: pretty laid-back, but still like to play.
Please check the adoption-show-attendees page to see if Ebony will be attending the next adoption show.
NOTE: We are an all volunteer group and do not operate a shelter. All of our animals are in foster homes. We are unable to place our animals outside of the Baltimore/DC area.