We talked to Kate from Tri County Humane Society this morning about this week's adoptable pet.  This week we are featuring a pretty cool cat named Sassy.

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Meet Sassy! She came to TCHS as a transfer from another facility, so not much is known of her history. Has been friendly with staff since arrival, but she can get overwhelmed with too much change at once. Unknown how she would do with other animals or children.

Slow and proper introductions are recommended when introducing new pets or people; ask TCHS staff for tips on introducing new family members! Is not a fan of being picked up, but openly welcomes pets. Would benefit from a high-quality, portion-controlled diet to help her lose some weight and keep her healthy well into the future.

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Interactive toys and scratching surfaces are also recommended to stay busy and keep nails short between trims. Supplies can be purchased in the TCHS Re-Tail Shoppe! She may take some time to warm up to her new humans and home. Her new adopters should be prepared to take things slow with her and let her get used to her surroundings.

Sassy will need an adopter who is willing to give her the appropriate time and space to adjust on her own time. This sweetie does not live up to her name, as she cannot wait to meet you and has plenty of love to give!

Donations and adoption fees help cover the cost of spay/neuter surgeries, micro-chipping, vaccinating, de-worming, any medical procedures and general care. To military personnel, veterans and seniors-the fee would be waived.

DEPOSITS MAY BE PLACED ON ADOPTABLE ANIMALS by calling 320-252-0896

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