Tiana came to the shelter as a very scared young cat who lived outside since she was a kitten. When she arrived, she was so confused and did not understand that people were here to help. She spent days hiding under her blanket and watching shelter staff’s every move.
Well, that got boring so she started to peek out from under her blankets and realized that no harm would come to her. It took time but now she just loves any attention she can get. She will purr with delight for some head rubs and back scratching. Tiana is a 2-year-old calico that is spayed, vaccinated and microchipped. This little girl is not a typical calico—she is a love bug. Come to the shelter and a spend some time and see for yourself.
Those interested in Tiana the Cat or any of the animals at NAAS, please call 508-699-0128 or email Fcamara@nattleboro.com
Even if you are not currently looking to adopt an animal, help the shelter by donating one of the following items: 39-gallon or greater garbage bags, Pine Sol, bleach, paper towels and moist cat food, dry cat, and kitten food. Fresh vegetables, towels, blankets and throws are also needed.
Get Your Fix—cats only on July 27. Please stop by the shelter anytime to preregister and prepay. Spay or neuter, vaccines, flea treat, nail trim and microchip. All for $150, cash or check only. Limited space available.
The shelter also collects returnable bottles, cans, and glass. This helps the animals in various ways.