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Adopt Me: Kramer loves to climb around people's necks for hugs (adopted)

Kramer and his sister were rescued from out in the cold and taken in by NOAWS this past November

TimminsToday, in partnership with the Timmins and District Humane Society and the Northern Ontario Animal Welfare Society, brings you a regular feature highlighting a special pet that is in need of adoption.


(Northern Ontario Animal Welfare Society)

Kramer is a five-month-old feral kitten learning to trust humans. Known as one of the "gully kittens" with his sister Elaine (now adopted), he was rescued from out in the cold and taken in by NOAWS this past November.

After three months in rehabilitation, Kramer is almost ready for his forever home. He is still nervous when you first approach him, but once you pet him he melts and is all over you wanting cuddles and affection.

He loves to climb around your neck and hug you and he is very playful and active.

He would love a home with another cat and without young children would be best, he does get timid if there is a lot of noise.

If you can give Kramer a loving home with some patience for him to come out of his shell a little more, please apply at or email NOAWS at for more information.

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To see past featured animals who may still need adopting click here.

The Adopt Me segment in Timmins is proudly sponsored by McDougall Energy, your local Esso branded reseller for heating oil, propane and fuel.

McDougall Energy understands that while they can warm your home, adopting a pet can warm your heart. Visit to learn more about McDougall Energy and their community involvement.