My story with GA HRS starts when me and my siblings were dumped on a doorstep in a cardboard box. Fortunately for us, that family was really nice and took us into the house and did their best for us. They asked GA HRS to take us in, but there wasn’t any room.
Several weeks later, our new family lost their home, and we had to live in another family members barn for a while. It was safe, but we didn’t like it, so GA HRS squeezed us in at the shelter.
I’m pretty neat for a batchelor, and I’m good in my litter box. I like to be petted, but I’m still learning to trust people, so I can get nervous if I don’t know what’s going on. I’m worried that no one will adopt me because I have ruby eyes and I’m shy. I know GA HRS will take good care of me, but I really would like to have a family that will love me and give me time to get to know and trust them.