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WCTR Pet of the Week
OUR WCTR PETS OF THE WEEK:
QUEEN ANNE'S ANIMAL WELFARE LEAGUE: CICI
Cici is a 1-year-old grey and white cat. She loves attention and will even try to climb you to get you to pick her up. Cici loves laying on our washer and dryer but prefers to do it without any other cats around. She enjoys being pet constantly and would be great with kids. Cici would be fine with dogs and cats who let her do her own thing
If you’d like more information about any of AWL’sadoptables you can call 410-827-7178 or email email@example.com to learn more.
KENT COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY:MERCURY
Meet Mercury! This 1-year-old light grey tabby was found wandering down the side of a back road last summer. A few days after Mercury arrived at the HSKC, he started acting out. Mercury did not enjoy living in a tiny kennel. He began lashing out at staff members and other adoptable cats. He was moved to a bigger kennel, and then moved into a staff office, but nothing seemed to help. Finally, Mercury had a visit with a local veterinarian and was started on a very low dose of anti-anxiety medicine. Suddenly, this young grey tabby started to act like the sweet kitty he appeared to be. Mercury is now living in a bigger kennel in our cat adoption room and is finally content. These days Mercury is a fun loving guy who spends his time interacting with our staff members and volunteers. The medicine that Mercury is prescribed is inexpensive and easily added to his food. There is a possibility that once he is living in a home and feeling more secure, the medicine will not be needed anymore. Living in a shelter setting stresses out even the most confident and social animals. Mercury has quite the personality and can be pretty chatty at times. He is always happy to see people and he seems to get satisfaction out of putting a smile on your face! Mercury loves to mingle with the other cats and enjoys sunbathing in our outdoor cattery. He can usually be found peeking into our lobby through the window in our cat adoption room. Mercury is always interested in what everyone else is doing! Mercury would prefer a home with adult companions but would enjoy being with other kitties. Unlike some cats, Mercury is not frightened by dogs and could do fine living with one. He is litter box trained, neutered, and current on all vaccinations.
Learn more about pet adoption in Kent County by Contacting the Kent County Humane Society today!
Get more info at http://www.kenthumane.org or call 410-778-3648