Spock and Kirk are the Animal Protection Society’s pets of the week

Posted October 7, 2022 at 8:28 am by

The Ani­mal Pro­tec­tion Soci­ety of Fri­day Har­bor shares a look at the adopt­able ani­mals of the week — two four-month-old black kit­tens named Spock and Kirk.

Hi, we’re Spock and Kirk! You may already know who we are, but also, giv­en our occu­pa­tion, you may have yet to see us well enough to rec­og­nize us. This is because we are pro­fes­sion­al hide-and-seek athletes.

Whether it’s squeez­ing behind fur­ni­ture or slink­ing into nar­row spaces, we can do it all. Our ver­sa­tile skills of con­tor­tion are some of the best in the game, and allow us to twist and tuck away just so. Anoth­er hid­ing tool of ours is our silky, black fur which allows us to achieve an extra lev­el of stealth by dis­ap­pear­ing into the darkness.

Although most peo­ple assume that pro­fes­sion­al hiders such as our­selves will take to hid­ing in all areas of their lives, we are not like that. Although we’ll be the first to say we love a good hid­ing spot, we also love receiv­ing pets and indi­vid­ual atten­tion from humans like your­self. Although we can’t wait to explore the nooks and cran­nies in our next home, we assure you we also can’t wait to cud­dle up with our new loved ones.

We’re look­ing for a home with peo­ple who appre­ci­ate our skillset, but will also help to ensure our safe­ty and com­fort when we decide to hide. It’s impor­tant to us that our pro­fes­sion remains fun, and that we aren’t stuck hid­ing due to fear, but instead just for the love of the game. Are you some­one who self-iden­ti­fies as a seek­er and a lover? Then you’re the per­fect per­son for us. Come find us at APS soon!

To learn more about Spock and Kirk, con­tact the Ani­mal Pro­tec­tion Soci­ety.

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