SooToday, in partnership with the Sault Ste. Marie Humane Society and The Animal Assistance Group (TAAG), brings you a regular feature highlighting a special pet that is in need of adoption.
Ariel, Avery and Cammi are now six months old, spayed, and have shots up to date. They had a rough start to life but have come a long way.
Ariel is a shy girl and is just now getting to love the hugs and attention she has been getting in foster care. She socialized with all the cats in her foster home and gets along well. It is unknown how she would be with dogs but it’s important to note that there were two dogs in the home that she originally came from. She is a very sweet girl with a lot of love to give.
Avery is a sweet girl who absolutely loves to be brushed. She will give your hand little nibbles to show affection. She will actually jump in between the other cats so you will keep brushing her.
She loves to be petted and enjoys when you talk to her. She would rather be petted than be picked up so far but foster mom believes this will change over time. She enjoys attention and has the cutest little moustache.
Cammi is a little girl who was very traumatized when she came to foster care. It appears she was attacked by either the cats or dogs within the original home as she had some nasty open wounds on her little body. Foster mom has worked with her over the past six months and she has really begun to come out of her shell.
She has socialized with all the other foster cats including foster mom’s own cats and has had no issues at all. Foster mom thinks she may do better in a home without dogs or children. When you pick Cammi up she is so sweet and will snuggle into your neck when held.
She doesn't like sudden movements so a person would have to go very slow with her but she loves to be brushed and will purr while you are doing it or while being petted. You can definitely get to her heart by giving her can food and treats.
They would love to have a visit from you at PetSmart, one of our adoption partners.
Cats and kittens released for adoption have had a Wellness checkup at the vet’s, FELV testing, shots, dewormer, and flea medication if needed.
Contact info: TAAG Website. The Animal Assistance Group (TAAG) is a non-profit registered charity located in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario.
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