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Cris' Animal Friends Critter of the Week for July 19th:

Fountain

I love playing and I love cat-nip even more! Come visit me! I need a forever home!

Several years ago we met Fountain for the first time. She came from a hoarding situation; a home with too many cats for one person to take care of. Cats from those homes are generally shy. One person just can't give them the attention they need.
 
Fountain was adopted two years ago. She went to a wonderful home with three other cats and a bunny. She loved the bunny! She also got along with two of the cats. But for some reason she and one of the male cats just could not get along. Her new family gave it the old college try, but there was a personality conflict. Apparently, it happens with all species.
 
Fountain is back at Animal Friends looking for another home. We're suggesting fewer pets in the next home. She likes other cats, so a few less should keep things calm. Since she's shy, we do suggest she live with a nice, outgoing cat or go solo if her new person is cat savvy and patient.
 
Fountain uses her litter box without fail, has never bitten anybody, and loves to play. She likes to run around the house chasing a toy or a laser bug (or another cat). She uses a scratching post and likes catnip. She's an affectionate girl who carries her little catnip pillows around the house.
 
If you've got a quiet home for a shy, lovable cat, come on down to meet her.

If you can help, come to Animal Friends at 562 Camp Horne Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15237 or call 412.847.7002. You can also start your application online, so get started by clicking here!

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Animal Friends is a non-profit companion animal resource center serving the needs of pets and people since 1943. Our progressive programs have been nationally recognized and include humane rescue, shelter and adoption services for over 2,500 pets annually, humane education, pet behavior classes, pet-assisted therapy, wellness programs and more.

In addition, Animal Friends is leading the way towards ending pet overpopulation in western Pennsylvania through comprehensive, community-wide spay/neuter programming. Animal Friends relies on donations from the community. For more information, visit http://www.ThinkingOutsideTheCage.org.

Contact us:

Animal Friends
Caryl Gates Gluck Resource Center
562 Camp Horne Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
t - 412.847.7000
f- 412.847.7001
speak@ThinkingOutsideTheCage.org
http://www.ThinkingOutsideTheCage.org