Hi, I'm Pan. I was adopted on February 10!


Brown Tabby

Baby, Female

Named for State Health Officer Erica Pan, this darling 3-moth-old brown tabby is one of the “Shelter-in-Place” kittens. She is one of four siblings that came to AFRP from the Hitchcock Road Animal Services after being found as 3-week-old orphans. Bottle-fed in foster care, Pan is the smallest of her litter-mates but she is very sturdy and resilient. She suffers from FOMO (fear of missing out) and loves to see what her siblings are up to so she can join in the fun.  She is an extremely social kitten that would be a great addition to a busy multi-pet household. Pan loves human attention and enjoys being cradled in your arms to gaze into your eyes. Pan should do fine in a household with gentle children over age 8. She gets along nicely with other cats and kittens, but has not had experience with dogs. Meet and greets can be arranged once an application is approved.

Please note: Due to COVID-19, preference is given to residents of Monterey County and Santa Cruz County.

Pan has already been adopted!