Pet Adoption | R/F Humane Society: Can You Do The Lindy Hop?


Although she's not old enough (she's less than 3 years), some of our readers will remember doing the Lindy Hop at a dance hall with a special someone. The dance was one of the most popular during the Swing era of the 30's and 40's. The Lindy Hop is a fusion of many dances, a mingle that is similar to the mix of gorgeous shades of black, gold, orange and tan.

The Lindy Hop's origins were in Harlem and we find it very coincidental that a recent visitor from Manhattan fell for Miss Lindy's charms, purr and outstretched paw. Circumstances have prohibited this young lady from taking Lindy back to the big city, but she wanted you all to know what a wonderful, affectionate and sweet kitty you'd be getting if you adopt her. With the resurgence in popularity of Swing music, we're hoping in a rise in interest Miss Lindy.

Lindy is declawed and as such will need to be a strictly inside companion, but with her penchant for wanting to cuddle in a lap rather than play in the grass, there won't be an issue for her to live inside with her favorite dance partner - YOU!

The Humane Society and Adoption Center of Rockport/Fulton
1308 Myrtle St

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