UPDATE: Tammy has been adopted!

Meet the Susquehanna SPCA “Pet of the Week” – her name is “Tammy”.  Each week on Tuesday mornings at 8:30 am on Classic Hits 103.1fm, Leslie Ann will host members of the Susquehanna SPCA, who will tell us all about a special dog or cat at the shelter looking for its forever home.

This week we’re going to feature Tammy. She is adorable and staff at SQSPCA can't imagine why she hasn't been adopted yet! Tammy is an incredibly sweet 2-year-old female cat who is searching for her furrever home. She has been at the shelter for a while now, which is a surprise because she loves people. Tammy seems to get along well with other cats and enjoys lounging outside the shelter on the "catio" on sunny days. This sweetheart would love to have a home for the holidays!

(Credit: Susquehanna SPCA)
(Credit: Susquehanna SPCA)
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To meet Tammy or any of the other adoptable dogs and cats, give the SQSPCA a call at 607-547-8111 to schedule a time to visit for convenience, although walk-ins are welcome.

Don't forget that you can support the Susquehanna SPCA and other local animal shelters at the Pop-up Holiday Thrift Store in the Southside Mall, Oneonta.

Credit: Susquehanna SPCA
Credit: Susquehanna SPCA
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Many thanks to the "Pet of the Week" sponsor: Five Star Subaru, dog tested, dog-approved, located at 331 Chestnut St., Oneonta, NY.

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