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Adopt Me: Beautiful Buffy needs an understanding home (adopted)

It could take weeks or even months before she feels settled and comfortable in her new home
Buffy

CollingwoodToday, in partnership with the Georgian Triangle Humane Society, brings you a regular feature highlighting a special pet that is in need of adoption.

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Buffy

Oh hi everyone, my name is Buffy. I'm about four years old and just shy of 10 lbs. Pretty perfect, if you ask me!

I know, I know...my coat colour is stunning and I'm just an overall beautiful girl, BUT. It's important that you read about my personality too, as I need a bit of a special someone.

I came to the GTHS in early March after my humans realized they just couldn't care for me anymore. I won't hesitate to let you know that I'm a bit of a nervous Nellie...

The GTHS humans say that I'm a little unsure and undersocialized when it comes to people, so it does take me quite a while to warm up to you. That means it could be weeks or even months before I'm feeling settled and comfortable in my new home.

I will need a human or family who are willing to let me settle in and come around at my own pace. If I'm rushed into socializing and attention, that's when my uhm....cattitude....tends to come out a bit haha

I know not everyone has a home that's nice and quiet for me, or the patience to potentially wait for months for me to warm up to you, and that's okay. I know I'll find my purrrfect home eventually.

Hopefully someone will give me some time in a new home to overcome my nervousness and be a part of a family.

My adoption fee is $100 and includes my spay, up-to-date vaccinations, dewormer and a microchip.

Waiting with hope,
xoxo Buffy

*If you are interested in adopting me, please visit https://www.gths.ca/animals-for-adoption/ for instructions on our modified adoption process*

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