SooToday, in partnership with the Sault Ste. Marie Humane Society and The Animal Assistance Group, brings you a regular feature highlighting a special pet that is in need of adoption.
Very affectionate and lovable Trouble needs a forever home. She is about 9 years old.
She has been spayed and updated on shots. Trouble tolerates all the cats around her but would prefer a home of her own where she will get all the attention.
Trouble was found abandoned on a small street, scared and frightened.
There are advantages to adopting an older cat. You will usually get no surprises, as their personality is what it is - what you see is what you get. Older cats have left their kitten years behind but may still engage in play.
They are usually content to just curl up on a lap or pillow. Senior indoor cats still have lots of love left and appreciate their comforts at this time in their lives.
TAAG is looking for homes for all the felines in their care as the shelter closed its Elgin Street location at the end of July and a future shelter location has not been secured yet. Adoptions will continue.
Cats and kittens released for adoption have had a Wellness checkup at the vet’s, FELV testing, shots, dewormer, and flea medication if needed.
If you would like to meet, foster, or adopt any of the other kittens, or any of the available cats, please call one of the following who will find a convenient time to meet you:
The Animal Assistance Group (TAAG) is a non-profit registered charity in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. TAAG offers rescue foster and ultimately permanent adoption of homeless, unwanted, or neglected pets.
While these animals are in TAAG’s care, medical attention, spay / neuter services and lots of love are provided until homes are found. Homeless cats stay with TAAG until adopted.
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