Would you take a chance on me? My name is Sammy, yes I am a girl. My brother Dean and I were brought in very young and scared. Well, I am learning to be such a brave girl my aunty thought I might have a chance to find a family. I would love a cat friend and an older human sibling. No dogs or too loud of home please. If you put in the time I will give you the best snuggles. Love Sammy. Please call my Aunty Jess at 250-488-3226

PET OF THE WEEK: Sammy wants to find a family

Cat living at Critteraid is young and scared

Would you take a chance on me? My name is Sammy, yes I am a girl.

My brother Dean and I were brought in very young and scared. Well, I am learning to be such a brave girl my aunty thought I might have a chance to find a family.

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I would love a cat friend and an older human sibling. No dogs or too loud of home please.

If you put in the time I will give you the best snuggles. Love Sammy.

Please call my Aunty Jess at 250-488-3226.

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