Meet Sandy Claws, Now Up For Adoption At Little Shelter

Sandy Claws
Sandy Claws

Little Shelter is trying to help this special calico to find her forever home

Sweet Sandy Claws arrived to Little Shelter one year ago as a nursing mom with kittens. She was exceptionally friendly and proud to show off her babies to all of the staff. Sandy continued to care for her babies till they were old enough to be adopted and watched as each one went home to a loving family in time for Christmas.

Sadly, one year later Sandy Claws is still sitting at the shelter, waiting for a family of her own. Little Shelter’s wish this Christmas is that she will be adopted and get to spend the holidays with her own family. Sandy is a wonderful cat. Her continued sweetness towards others shows that she deserves a family who will cherish and love her.

Sandy Claws is a gentle cat who loves affection, snuggling and playing with toys. She’s known to talk when she hears her name called and respond in conversation. With the staff members she has bonded to, Sandy will follow them around the shelter keeping them company while they work. She’s truly a special cat. Visit Little Shelter today to adopt Sandy.

If you can’t adopt, help spread her story by using the following hashtags on social media:

#littleshelter #sandyclaws #homefortheholidays

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