Badger is shy at first but warms up quickly. Badger is very playful and loves to explore and check things out around her. She does well with other kitties and has grown fond of another little kitten named Hank (Check out our page to learn more about Hank) that is in foster care with her. Badger will need time to adjust to changes but comes around quickly once she has settled in.
Please keep in mind the commitment when adopting a cat and or kitten(s) the the typical lifespan ranges somewhere between 13 and 17 years, according to the ASPCA. However, it isn’t uncommon for indoor cats to live to at least 20+ years. If you are interested in meeting Badger submit an application and a representative with Operation Hood will contact you to set up a time for a meet and greet. By submitting an application, it does not obligate you to adopt it simply allows us to get to know the potential adopter better.
By adopting a cat from Operation Hood, you will not only provide a cat a loving home, but will open up a space so we can bring in another cat who is in need of immediate care. All adoptions require the completion of an adoption application and a home visit. Adoption fees are as follows:
All cats adopted through Operation Hood have been or will be (depending on age) spayed/neutered, micro-chipped, and receive FeLV/FIV tests, rabies vaccination, de-wormer, and flea & tick treatment.
No cats will be adopted out until they are deemed healthy by the vet.