By Kirsty Maurits
Just look at those eyes. How can you resist? “Pick me,” they seem to be saying, “Pick me.”
Primrose is an adorably sweet and gentle lady, with a whole lot of love to give. She’s six years young, and in wonderful health, and has been desexed and vaccinated.
She can be a little shy at first, but once you get to know her, Primrose will steal your heart. She would do best in a quiet home, where she can be the only kitty. Although, if you have the room, I bet she’d love to be adopted with her buddy Rajah, her protector and confidante.
Can you offer Primrose a forever home? She’d love nothing more than to curl up beside you in the evenings and help you unwind from a long day.
For more information about Primrose, call Berkeley Animal Care Services at 510-981 6600, or for more photos, check out their Facebook page. Or why not come down to 2013 Second Street, Berkeley, and see Primrose in the flesh. She’s waiting for you!
Berkeleyside’s Saturday column, “Adopt a Pet”, hopes to help match pets with a home and loving owners in our community. We partner with Berkeley Animal Care Services and the Milo Foundation to introduce just one of many pets that can be adopted. BACS houses domestic animals from Berkeley, Albany, Emeryville, and Piedmont. They provide a safe haven for homeless pets, as well as adoption services, advice on animal-related topics, lost and found pet reports, and free, or low-cost, spay/neuter vouchers for Berkeley residents’ dogs and cats. Check out the BACS Facebook page, contact them directly, or visit them at 2013 Second Street, Berkeley to find out about the many wonderful animals that are available for adoption.