Every other week, Chapel Hill Magazine features an adoptable animal from Paws4Ever
Zachary was rescued from a traumatic hoarding situation when he was a baby. His siblings were all adopted, but he has been patiently waiting his turn. His foster mom says that he is:
- Curious and brave – “Within 15 minutes at our house, he was eager to investigate noises, toys and anything new. He was interested in getting to know Cyrus, an older feline household member.”
- Resilient – “He is able to seek comfort from me or Cyrus and then go back to exploring. He can also settle and keep himself occupied. He recovers immediately after eye drop administration and doesn’t hold a grudge.”
- Social and trusting – “He loves to be near Cyrus and me and to do whatever his big brother does. He allows handling, including foot and belly rubbing. He also purrs loudly and uses his voice to call others.”
- Playful – “He loves wand toys and performs aerial tricks to capture elusive feathers. He’s also a fan of pingpong balls, crinkly toys and watching ‘Cat TV.’ He’s easily engaged and entertained.”
- Well-mannered – “Zachary respects Cyrus’s limits and has impeccable litter box habits.”
Paws4ever, located at 6311 Nicks Rd. in Mebane, is dedicated to creating and growing lifetime relationships between pets and people through adoption, training, education and care. For more information, visit paws4ever.org, email [email protected] or call 919-241-8438 ext. 103. Visits to the Paws4ever Adoption Center will be by appointment only in order to mitigate risks related to COVID-19 out of an abundance of caution, and to protect its community.
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