51 year old • Female
Hera is a brown and grey tabby with some patches of orange and four white paws, a white chin and chest.
Hera is tiny, but she does not know it! She loves to play, run, jump and wrestle with her littermates and with the two adult cats in her foster home. Hera is also quite a little talker, and she always has a lot to say when dinner is being served. When she's not busy exploring she loves to curl up in your lap and purr. Hera is quite a bit smaller than her littermates and will probably grow up to be a petite cat. Due to her young age Hera would do best in a home with another young cat or kitten to play with. Hera is litter box trained and FIV/FeLV negative.
Hera was born into a feral group of cats in Durham. She was fed by human caretakers from birth and was taken into foster care when she was old enough to leave her mother. She was rescued along with 5 other kittens from the same group. The adult ferals have all been spayed and neutered and are being cared for as an outdoor colony. Hera had a bit of a rough start in life, but has become a healthy and happy girl in foster care.