Gim me’ Shelter – Meet “Ponyo” at the Providence Animal Nerve Center

There is no simple method to put this … I was given up since I didn’t appear to like the brand-new kittycat in the house and was not so pleased about it. I was essentially the fluffy king up until, well, I wasn’t. I wasn’t neutered either which included an entire brand-new layer to whatever.

I’m overcoming it now, however, and now that I am neutered, I am lastly starting to unwind and getting pleased. I can be discovered in my condominium relaxing in a BIG bed and you understand, I do not appear to mind my next-door neighbors now that I remain in a bigger area however the jury is out on if I would more than happy living another feline.

I could be the king once again– possibly in your house? Thanks for reading my story! I have to do with 3 to 4 years of ages.


About the Providence Animal Control Department

The Providence Animal Control Department safeguards the health and wellness of our locals and their family pets with progressive management and education, and continues to engage the hearts and minds of the neighborhood to assist all animals.

Since November 2015, the Animal Control Department has actually embraced a “low threat euthanasia” approach of healthy adoptable animals and will continue to enhance the live release rate of shelter animals by means of adoptions, returning strays to their owners, moving animals to saves, TNR, programs/services and dealing with medical cases. Our company believe that with progressive programs, we can have a more gentle City. Through our Gim me Shelter program, PAC is purifying and sterilizing owned and feral felines for Providence locals. To take part please send out a message through our Facebook page at Providence Animal Care Center.