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Adopt Me: Harlee is an affectionate lap cat

.She would prefer a home without young children

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


Oh, hi everyone,
My name is Harlee!
I'm a beautiful and unique looking lady with the most gorgeous green eyes!

I'm about 6 years old and arrived here at the Animal Center not too long ago when some things changed for me at home. I wasn't doing so well with the young kids who I lived with...they're quite scary and I started spending a lot of my time hiding and was quite a stressed out kitty. So, my humans decided the GTHS was the best spot for me so that I could find a new (kid free) home which would allow me to be a much happier girl!

The GTHS humans are just smitten with me.

I admit, it took me a few days to settle in (I was a bit grumpy at first) but now that I'm feeling more comfortable, the GTHS humans are seeing how truly sweet I am!

I am now seeking out the humans, because I just love getting love! If you're not giving me enough attention, I'll be sure to give you a cute little reminder "boop" for more pets, please!
(Sometimes when a boop doesn't work, I'll give you a little love nibble... oops!)

My previous family says I was a very affectionate lap cat. I'm pretty quiet and don't mind spending lazy days lounging around or catching up on my cat naps.

I would ask that I please be your one and only kitty though and remember, adults only for me, pretty please!

If a sweet, quiet and loving kitty companion is what you're after, I just might be the one for you.

My adoption fee is $125 which includes my spay, up to date vaccinations, dewormer and a microchip.

I can't wait to start our wonderful life together soon!
Purrs and boops,
xoxo Harlee

*If you are interested in adopting me, please visit our main adoptions page ( for instructions on our modified covid adoption process*


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