Get to Know Ballerina
Before Ballerina’s caretaker moved, she wanted to provide her with a safer alternative to the life she’d been living. Animal League America has provided this tender orange tabby with that safe place, and has offered her all the time she needs to learn to trust humans on the inside after a lifetime of surviving outside. Although she may seem aloof to new friends, she’s become very attached to the most trusted companions caring for her who have observed an affectionate side to her when she’s mingling with feline friends. A confident cat in the home will show her how to gain confidence in her new setting. We want Ballerina to continue to grow into a loving family member, and are seeking a peaceful predictable life to help her continue to succeed in a new home—her first one! If you have no young children, and experience with fearful cats, you could be the hero Ballerina has been waiting for.
Can be both active and calm
Good with cats
Good with kids 12+
Needs a breed-experienced owner
Meet and greet recommended
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Location & Hours
North Shore Animal League America
25 Davis Avenue
Port Washington, NY 11050
The Alex and Elisabeth Lewyt Canine Adoption Center and Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center are open daily from 10:00am to 6:00pm with no appointment needed.
Social distancing protocols will be observed while on campus and face masks must be worn at all times.