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Animal Service League Pet of the Week

ASL Trying to find forever homes for homeless pets with the Animal Service League’s Pet of the Week featured every Friday during Fitz on Fickle 93.3! Here’s this week’s pet:

Suzie is our pet of the week! Suzie is normally a long hair tortie, but she is sporting a lion cut right now looking flashy! She had some mats and wasn’t thrilled with having them brushed out, so we shaved her down. Doesn’t she look so cute?!?! Suzie is also recovering from dental surgery where most all of her teeth were extracted. She is doing great and can still eat dry cat food like normal. Suzie is very sweet and as heard in the video, she likes to purr and receive attention and affection. She would really love to be an only cat. She is considered a senior at 10 years old and came to us as a stray. We are so hoping to find her a home to settle into for her golden years. Don’t overlook the seniors – they are some of the calmest, sweetest and best pets! Plus, you never have to worry about doing a dental on her! She is fully vetted and current on vaccines. Contact us at www.animalserviceleagueny.org for more info.

As always, we invite you to visit our website for all things ASL and to view all of our adoptable pets at animalserviceleagueny.org. Please also follow our Facebook page!ASL is proud to announce that all of our cats and kittens are now micro-chipped at the time of adoption, and your adoption donation fee includes a one year registration. A registered microchip is your pet’s best chance of being reunited with you when they are lost. If you are interested in having your dog or cat microchipped, please contact ASL.
 
Please remember ASL for your tax deductible donation. Thank you for your support!

Animal Service League encourages you to report animal cruelty and abuse when you see it to the Animal Cruelty Hotline at (585) 223-6500. Please contact Animal Service League if you are interested in providing a loving home for any of the ASL’s. www.animalserviceleagueny.org    

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