The PDX pride Mommy writes:
We brought Hemming to his potential adopter's house this afternoon. As soon as we let him out of the carrier, he scooted around the house and then hid somewhere. He hides well! We couldn't find him, even after an hour of searching! The family has had many, many cats and now has two cats and a 10-week-old German Shepherd puppy. Their cats mainly live upstairs, so they wanted Hemming as a playmate for the puppy. The pup is adorable, well-mannered, calm, and happy, so when Hemming emerges and starts figuring out the house and its inhabitants, he's going to love playing with the pup.
We talked for a while with the family, told them Hemming's life up to this point, and gave them his paperwork from the clinic. They're going to call us when he emerges from his hiding place, and we're going to talk with them in a week to see how it's going and how he's adjusting. If he isn't doing well, then we'll take him back. If he's doing well, then the adoption will be official.