We had our weekly chat with Kate from Tri County Humane Society this morning. This week's adoptable pet is a cool cat named Merida. She is a little nervous with kennel life and sure would appreciate a nice quiet home to go to. Could it be yours?

Tri County Humane Society

Meet Merida, she originally came to TCHS with four other siblings due to their previous owner having too many animals. She was adopted and then returned after 4 years due to being too shy in the home.

She has been fearful with other cats in the past, and has not met any children or dogs. Slow and proper introductions are always strongly encouraged with any resident pets. Information on this can be acquired from any TCHS staff member or volunteer. Would greatly benefit from extra socialization.

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Would benefit from having a scratching post and lots of toys to play with, and was used to a cat tree near the window to watch the critters outside. She tends to be shy and timid at first, and will take time to warm up to new people and environments.

Because of this, Merida would likely do best in a quiet home where she is able to grow her confidence and really come out of her shell. Her previous owner said she is more independent and will seek out your attention on her own terms.

Donations and adoption fees help cover the cost of spay/neuter surgeries, micro-chipping, vaccinating, de-worming, any medical procedures and general care. DEPOSITS MAY BE PLACED ON ADOPTABLE ANIMALS by calling 320-252-0896