PET OF THE WEEK
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.kenthumane.org/adopt. The HSKC is open 11 a.m to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday.