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Neponset Valley Humane Society Pet of the Week

Willow is a very pretty, friendly, young calico waiting to be adopted through Neponset Valley Humane Society.

Willow is a very sweet, lovable and affectionate young cat. This pretty little calico is gentle, social, friendly and would love to be the only pet and center of attention in your home. Our vet estimated Willow is about 8 months old. She was a stray. Willow was not spayed when she was rescued. She was emaciated and in very poor condition. She has been in an NVHS foster home for several weeks now with regular meals and plenty of tender loving care and she is doing great. She is now fully recovered from her time as a stray and is a playful and happy cat. Willow is now spayed and ready for a family to love and call her own. Please call Neponset Valley Humane Society at 781-769-1990 or email nvhumanesociety@gmail.com to arrange a meeting with Willow.

Other Humane Society News: NVHS foster family volunteers are currently caring for several sweet and affectionate house cats. We also have a gentle, super affectionate kid-friendly pair of kittens who need a family to call their own. Please visit our website, neponsethumane.org to see all our pets waiting to be adopted. Due to the severe cat overpopulation problem and in an effort to encourage  lifelong adoptions, NVHS does not have set adoption fees for our adult cats. Neponset Valley Humane Society relies solely on donations and volunteers to help animals. Every donation directly helps, including spay/neuter and caring for sick or injured animals. Please help the Humane Society continue to care for animals in need by sending a tax-deductible donation to NVHS, PO Box 544, Norwood, MA 02062.

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