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Adopt Me: Mahi is still waiting for her furever home

She is looking for a home without young children, but would love a kitty friend
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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.

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Mahi

(Northern Ontario Animal Welfare Society)

Mahi is a laid back, one-two year old female with classic tabby cat markings. She is spayed and up to date with vaccines.

She currently lives in a home with a younger male cat and two large Labrador Retrievers. She gets along with everyone. Mahi knows her name and will come when called, especially if there is food involved.

She will seek out snuggles and after she has had enough, will go back to sunbathing. She is fairly quiet around the house except when the younger cat decides it time to play.

She is a medium sized cat with a healthy coat, good teeth and BIG green eyes. She is litter trained and a proven mouser.

She has not been good with kids in a previous foster home as she has the tendency to play too rough.

If you have a forever home for Mahi, please apply at www.noaws.com.

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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 www.mcdougallcorp.com to learn more about McDougall Energy and their community involvement.

 




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