I feel some angst about giving him up, but it does help having met the adopter and having a strong sense that he will be cared for well. I insisted on follow-up pictures and stories!
I imagine actually leaving him at someone's home and driving away will not be easy.
After the visit, Hershey got a rare treat, he got some supervised time down in the general population. He loves having the house to explore, which he doesn't usually get because he harasses the resident cats.
With Hershey on the loose, all the other cats were on high alert! They all kept a sharp eye on Hershey's whereabouts.
I tried to get a jump photo, but he was too quick!
The party ended when Hershey pounced on Nahum.