Saturday, March 7, 2015

Meet Pinky Pie, a 7-Year-Old Female Domestic Shorthair Mix

Sloopin is proud to work with The Anti-Cruelty Society and the PetSmart Charities Everyday Adoption Center (EAC) in the South Loop (1101 S. Canal) to help bring awareness to their adoption program.  Every month we will be posting about a local animal who could use a home.

This week please meet Pinky Pie:
Pinky Pie is a big girl with an even bigger personality. She's the perfect cat for someone who is cat-savvy and familiar with feline behavior. It takes Pinky Pie a bit of time to get adjusted into new environments, and she'd prefer to get comfortable on her own time. She also enjoys being pet, but she will meow or push away when she's had enough affection. This beautiful gal will do best as the only pet in an adult-only household, since she enjoys her space and would prefer to receive attention on her own terms. If you're someone who understands cat behavior and will allow Pinky Pie to be the independent lady that she is, then stop on in to the Everyday Adoption Center and say hello to her today!
The Anti-Cruelty Society, Chicago’s oldest and largest animal welfare organization, opened up the South Loop satellite location in 2013! So far they have adopted close to an impressive 1,000 cat, dogs, puppies and kittens.

The EAC has room for 42 dogs, cats, puppies and kittens. The 2,075 square foot facility includes kennels for dogs of all sizes, a cat adoption center, play areas for dogs waiting to find a home and an area for adopters and pets to hold meet-and-greets. More info on the EAC and the animals available can be found here.

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