Pet Adoption | R/F Humane Society: Holly Golightly is Looking For Another Role


Meet the beautiful and sprightly Miss Holly Golightly – a gentle little girl, whose favorite activity is lap sitting with a close second choice of chasing toy mice with her friends.

Holly was named after the charming character in Truman Capote’s tale “Breakfast At Tiffany’s”, a story of a young country girl turned socialite. The ever talented Audrey Hepburn brought the protagonist to a larger audience in the movie of the same name. A very difficult role for her to play as she was such an introvert & Holly was an extrovert of the extreme type.

Anyone who has seen the movie will remember the scene of the elegantly clad Miss Golightly with her updo, sunglasses, pearls, peering into the Tiffany’s store window. What you may not remember is the cat named Cat, that plays an integral part in getting Holly and her true love back together.

Now our little girl is no “poor slob without a name”, she’s a graceful, dainty and genteel young kitten looking for a home to call her own. Stop out to meet and play with this charming young kitty and perhaps you too will find your one true love.
The Humane Society and Adoption Center of Rockport/Fulton
1308 Myrtle St

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