Pet Adoption | R/F Humane Society: Kocha Looking For Tea For Two

Kocha is a very sweet, shy young kitty, barely more than a kitten at 6 months, but is past that crazy kitten stage where everything and everyone is a toy.

Kocha’s name comes from the Japanese black tea. Although Japan is commonly known as the land of green tea, a few tea lovers know that it hides a unique discovery: black tea named Kocha. A fully oxidized leaf, and accordingly would be categorized as a black tea, Kocha actually offers a subliminal brownish-red color. In Japanese language, Kocha literally means “red tea”. Preparation of Kocha is not as delicate as the prep for green tea, besides filtered water, only a proper kyusu and a tea set are needed. 3 minutes steeping time is all that is needed to brew one of the richest and flavorful cup of tea.

Miss Kocha, with the barest hints of red in her fur, may need more than 3 minutes to warm up to her human, she prefers them to approach her slowly and, no instant cuppa from her. However, once she’s gathered her courage, makes a fabulous lap warmer. She would do best as the only pet, due to her subtle needs, she’s not one to boast about her beauty or to be pushy for attention.

For the richest, most flavorful Cup-Of-Kitty, come and meet Kocha, sit with her one on one and see if she doesn’t whet your appetite for a bit of sweetness.

The Humane Society andAdoption Center of Rockport/Fulton
1308 Myrtle St

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