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Artemis (PKA Crickett)

Female Domestic Short Hair (mixed)

If you have any questions about Artemis (PKA Crickett), please contact Happy Tails Pet Rescue at info@happytailspetrescue.org

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About Artemis (PKA Crickett)

Artemis is a shy girl who just needs some TLC. She is 3 years old and very timid. Can you be the one to help Artemis come out of her shell and be the loving, goofy, companion we know she can be?

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Details

Name
Artemis (PKA Crickett)
Age
3 years, 7 months
Gender
Female
Size
Pet Has Special Needs
Not Sure
Shots up to date
Not Sure
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
Not Sure
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed/Neutered
Not Sure
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
Not Sure

Happy Tails Pet Rescue

14 Pine Road Hudson NH 03051

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Amelia

Domestic Short Hair

Round faced Amelia is about 3 years old. She had a very rough start to life and has been through so much, therefore she is very timid an... show more

Round faced Amelia is about 3 years old. She had a very rough start to life and has been through so much, therefore she is very timid and skeptical of humans. Amelia now plays with the laser and with toys when she thinks humans aren’t watching. However she is still scared of humans for the most part. Believe it or not, this is progress from when she first came into our care (hiding 24/7, not knowing how to play, when her next meal was, and never feeling consistently secure and safe). We know that with the right adopter who can provide consistent and patient care for Amelia that she’ll blossom into the confident happy girl that is buried beneath her traumatic past.    Amelia very much loves her other kitty roommates, and they’ve helped her tremendously. They’re her therapy cats, if you will. Because of this, we want Amelia to get adopted with one of her roommates. (Sophia, Kenzi, Konrad, wisp, Stache, or Millie)   While we can’t undo Amelia’s past, we can and will continue to help build her confidence and search tirelessly for the right family for her. She has been in our care far too long and gets overlooked because of her shyness and care required to help her adjust.   Please reach out to our adoption coordinator to hear how other cats like Amelia have made complete 180s with their new families.   show less