Animal Service League Pet of the Week

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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:

Freddy is a all orange (red) male cat. He is about 12 years old, making him a senior. Freddy was surrendered to us when his family was moving and couldn’t take him with them. He knows what it is like to be in a home and he is desperately wanting to back in one where he can be comfortable and feel safe during his golden years. Freddy is super friendly and affectionate. He loves chin scratches and ear rubs. He is always purring and is also very vocal. Freddy needs to remain on a special urinary diet because he had crystals and a bad UTI when he first came to us, but he is fine now as long as he stays on his special diet. Seniors make great pets because they are not overly active, their personalities are well know and they are usually more low maintenance. Seniors are always overlooked because people think they won’t live much longer or they will have health problems sooner, but this is not always the case. Seniors deserve a chance too. Freddy would be great as an only cat or with a friend or two, and he would be great for a senior looking to adopt. Freddy is fully vetted and healthy. Contact us for more information at www.animalserviceleagueny.org.

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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