By Dan Enstrom
Posey is a sweet gray and white girl with interesting markings, and a very sweet-natured, easygoing personality. She was a very affectionate cat when she arrived at Milo in 2010, and she did well in a foster home with many other cats.
Sadly, after almost two years, Posey was returned to Milo. The other Milo cat adopted with her is a large dominant male, and she is intimidated by him. She also did not like the noise of the resident children.
This time a quieter home is what we are seeking for Posey.
June is “Adopt a Cat” month
This month, Milo is promoting the adoption of adult cats, one year and over. Males are usually $50 and females are $75. Please take a cat — or two — home for a FREE trial adoption* during June! All Milo felines are tested, spay/neutered, microchipped, wormed, and vaccinated. *For approved applicants. A $50 security deposit is required.
Berkeleyside’s Saturday column, “Adopt a Pet”, hopes to help match pets with a home and loving owners in our community. We partner with the Milo Foundation and Berkeley Animal Care Services to introduce just one of many pets that can be adopted. The Milo Foundation, a nonprofit, no-kill organization, provides an alternative for homeless pets throughout Northern California, through education, adoption services, and sanctuary until permanent homes can be found. Contact them directly to find out the more than 300 wonderful animals that are available for adoption.