1: Unsocialized from an outdoor environment
Does not want to be seen or touched. Would enjoy an outdoor setting with barn access or business (warehouse) with low traffic and little social interaction.
2: Partly socialized from an outdoor environment
3: Unsocialized from an indoor environment
Does not want to been seen or touched but is used to a human presence. Would do well in an indoor setting like a human home or business with low expectations for petting and handling in the future.
4: Partly socialized from an indoor environment
Stays out in the open some of the time. Prefers to be in a setting with low activity. Seeks out attention from humans on their own terms.
5: Was unsocialized but has been socialized by LFFAC volunteers
Ready for the forever home!