Help Meow-t Day 4: Pinky
Our visit to the ASPCA continued with a visit with Pinky, a handsome 4 year old Domestic Shorthair, named for the little pink spot on his mouth which makes him look like he has his tongue sticking out.
Only good luck came our way when this black cat crossed our path. Pinky can be a bit shy around new people, but who can blame him? As a cat in this day an age, you have to be on the lookout for creeps who want to use your image to get increased traffic to the website and social media... Once he is comfortable around you though, Pinky loves having his back scratched, so much so that he uncontrollably raises his butt in the air with every stroke. Oddly enough, Pinky shows no signs of shyness when he performs as his alter ego, the biblical rapper, Litter-G.
If you'd like to give this sweet gentleman a forever home, check out his ASPCA Page and follow the instrictions below.
- Call our Adoption Center at 212-876-7700, ext 4120 during Adoption Center hours (Mon-Sat, 11-7, Sun 11-6) and mention if there are any specific cats you are interested in meeting. The adoption center volunteer can give you more information about the cats, such as age, any medical or behavior issues, and their ideal home.
- If you want to go to the next step, you will be asked to complete as adopter survey by phone with that volunteer.
- The survey gets passed to the Adoptions Behavior staff, and they will follow up with you to provide more detailed info regarding any behavior issues, set up a vet consult if needed, and obtain proof of address and photo ID electronically.
- If that goes well, the Adoptions Behavior staff will work with you to set up an appointment to meet the cat(s) here at 520 8th Avenue, 7th Floor.
- If you want to adopt at your appointment, ASPCA can process the adoption that day and you can take your kitty home