Humane Society Pet Report: Please adopt the sweetest cat ever

My teacher took my class and I to the Humane Society and when I walked in the room she was one of the first cat’s I saw. 

The cat has no name but she looks like a gorgeous type of tiger so that’s what I’ll call her for now. I saw many cats in the main cat room and they were all beautiful cats so I knew since I could only choose one cat, then I might as well put them to a test. 

I sat on the floor and five cats came to me, Tiger being one of the five, but two left and only three remained including Tiger. So I got up and loved on some of the other cats because again, I could only choose one cat and I needed only one cat, if it was the right cat, to come to me. After about two minutes I sat back on the floor cross legged and Tiger was the one that came to me first. 

She was the sweetest cat in there and I adored her as well as she adored me. The whole time I was there, from the time she came to me, to the time I had to leave she and I were in our own little bubble and we both didn’t leave it. Tiger and I have something special, and I wish I could adopt her but we already have lots of pets. 

Tiger would be a great choice for adopting if you want a cat that would cuddle and be there for you. I hope you love this cat as much as I do. I love you Tiger and I hope you get adopted and have a happily ever after.    


South Pacific County Humane Society

P.O. Box 101, 330 2nd Street NE

Long Beach, WA 98631 642-1180

Hours: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tues.-Sat.

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The SPCHS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Shelter, and is 100 percent supported and funded by the community. 

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