Kent County News - - OPINION -

Meet Hibiscus, a 2-yearold fe­male brown tabby.

She en­tered the Hu­mane So­ci­ety of Kent County back in April when her owner, who had only found her as a stray a few weeks prior, could no longer care for her. Hibiscus is a fan of adult com­pany and the home just had way to many kids in it for her.

So here she is still wait­ing for her for­ever home.

Ev­ery­thing about her is lovely from her adorable face to the tip of her tail. She will rub on your legs and tell you all about her day.

Hibiscus is a larger girl with exquisitely de­fined fea­tures. From her large beau­ti­ful green eyes, long white whiskers that de­fine her purr-fect face, to her gi­ant paws that she uses to pull you in close when she wants more af­fec­tion.

Hibiscus is not fond of liv­ing life in a ken­nel. She craves at­ten­tion from her hu­man com­pan­ion. And when you are a larger cat, liv­ing in a ken­nel is not ideal.

Hibiscus would be fine in a home with other calmer cats or dogs; she’s hon­estly rather in­dif­fer­ent to them. What makes her happy is be­ing around a per­son who will talk to her, pick her up and give her at­ten­tion.

She will make the right per­son an ex­cep­tional fe­line com­pan­ion for life be­cause when she gives her heart it will be ab­so­lutely and fully given, un­con­di­tion­ally.

For more in­for­ma­tion on Hibiscus and other adopt­able pets, visit www.ken­thu­ The HSKC is open 11 a.m to 4 p.m. Mon­day through Sat­ur­day.


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