Monday, July 16, 2012
Interview with Mr. Cat
Q: So how did you end up at the Lycoming County SPCA?
A: I was distracted by a good looking feline and chased after her, before I knew it, I was lost. So a nice woman brought me to the SPCA.
Q: When was this?
A. May 5, 2012.
Q: So how do you feel about being a stray?
A: It's not so bad. The nice people at the SPCA gave me a new name-Liem, gave me a nice place to sleep, plenty of food, and I get to play with the nice volunteers.
Q: Any down side?
A: Well, they are trying to prevent pet over-population and they had me neutered. But I hear it will help me live a longer and healthier life so I don't need to complain. There are so many of us waiting for homes, so I can understand the importance of spaying and neutering.
Q: Anything you would like your future family to know?
A: I'm a pretty laid back guy so I could probably fit in with any new family. I'm leukemia negative, have all my shots, and I have a microchip for identification. And the best part is that I'm easier to take care of than a dog. So if you want a pet, you should pick me. I use my litter box, and I don't mind if my adopter wants a weekend get-away, and I eat a lot less than a dog. Its win-win if someone adopts me. I'll be happy and so will my adopter.