I have a couple of new Humane League of Lancaster County Pets of the Week to share. These cuties are adorable! Meet Tigger!
We’re here to shout it from the rooftops, “Tigger is a wonderful cat!” This eleven year old sweetie was brought to the shelter when her family could no longer care for her. Tigger may not be quite as bouncy as she used to be, but she still has an outgoing and confident personality. In fact, Tigger is a girl who knows what she wants and isn’t afraid to make it known. What does Tigger like? Tigger enjoys seeking out soft, comfy cat beds and curling up in the sun for a good snooze. She also likes cat treats and will seek out affection on her own terms. Tigger looks forward to having her ears and chin scratched, but prefers not to be picked up. After all, if she wants to get somewhere, she’ll bounce her way there on her own! Tigger would do well in a quieter home where her family can appreciate her needs for both affection and independence. She is litterbox trained; spayed, and up to date on all of her vaccinations. Come adopt Tigger today! After all, “The wonderful thing about tiggers, Is tiggers are wonderful things!”
I actually got to meet Miley when I stopped in at the Humane League a while back and she is a total doll. Very sweet personality.
Six year old Miley came into the shelter this past January when her family developed allergies to her. She was a much loved part of her original family and she has certainly captured the hearts of our shelter staff and volunteers. Miley has lived with children and dogs in her previous home and her laid back personality makes her compatible with everyone whom she meets. In fact, it’s hard to resist her! Spend any time at all with Miley and if you’re not quick enough to pet her, she will nudge your hand persistently with her head until you give in and scratch behind her ears. Miley loves to lounge around and one of her favorite places to be is your lap, where she will contentedly curl up and purr the hours away. Miley does have diabetes, which means that she will need prescription food and insulin for the rest of her life. However, Miley doesn’t let that stop her and she is determined to live life to the fullest; all she needs now is a family that she can call her own. If you are interested in Miley, our Veterinary team is available to discuss her special needs with you! Stop in and meet this special gal today!
We have had two diabetic cats and it’s really no big deal, so don’t let that scare you away. Our cat Lady passed away over a year ago, but here’s a look at how we cared for her as she developed diabetes later in her life. And this is one of the cats we have now, Patches, who is also diabetic and requires insulin.
If you’re interested in learning more about Tigger or Miley you can visit the Humane League of Lancaster County during their adoption hours (be sure to check the website for hours), or email email@example.com.
Great news! Previously featured pet Eeyore was adopted! Congrats to her and her new family! 🙂