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In shelter Cat

Wells, ME, 04090
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Shy little Sadie came to Safe Haven after being trapped as a stray. The veterinarian listed her age at about !.5 years, but we have no information about whether she was feral or a former pet. Since she hid under a blanket for the first month she was with us, and she hissed when we took a peek at her adorable face, we werent sure what to think, except she was very scared. During her first visit to the vets, they picked her up and closely examined her polydactyl paws. She did not scratch or bite and was very patient as they counted 7 toes on one paw and six toes on the other, She was obviously still frightened, but showed no aggression. Volunteers then became more confident about petting her and giving her treats, so she gradually would accept out affection. Now that she no longer has any parasites, which are common in stray cats, she is in one of our cat community rooms where she has turned a corner and is more social. Sadie can be easily petted and is playing a little with the other young kitties, and she no longer hides under a blanket. She does like her privacy and hangs out in one of the cat tree cubbies, but we are pleased with the progress of this quiet, gentle kitty. Sadie will do well in a quiet home, maybe with older, respectful children or a friendly gentle kitty. A single owner who has time to spend with her and build her trust would be fine too. She has an appointment to be spayed on October 4th and can go to a new home after her recovery.

If you are interested in meeting Sadie,  please go to our website and fill out an adoption application and we will be in touch to make an appointment for your visit. Filling out an application is not a commitment to adopt.

Adopters of cats and kittens from Safe Haven Humane Society must agree to never declaw or release their kitties outside.

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  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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