Submitted by Judy Ambrose, Neponset Valley Humane Society
If you have been considering adopting a cat but want to be sure your new family member will be good with children, then you will definitely want to meet Autumn.
Autumn was especially fond of the children in her former family. This pretty tortie is a very sweet, loving, tolerant cat. She is mellow and affectionate and happy to quietly entertain herself with toys when her humans are busy. She likes being held and cuddling in laps.
Autumn has always been a strictly indoor cat and enjoys life indoors.
Autumn is about five years old. She lost her home when a new baby was found to have severe allergies.
Please call Neponset Valley Humane Society at 781-769-1990 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to arrange a meeting with Autumn.
Other Humane Society News
More to adopt: , last week's , is still waiting for a family to adopt her. Visit neponsethumane.org for information and to see all our pets waiting for homes.
For the dogs: Come out to help dogs on Saturday, Sept. 22 at Rocky Woods, Hartford Street, Medfield from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for the fifth annual Dog Day. This is a free, family-friendly, fun event with prizes, raffles and silent auction. Meet dogs waiting for homes and get expert advice on identifying the dog best suited for your family and lifestyle.
If you already have a canine pal who is dog-friendly and people-friendly, bring them along to compete in the talent/beauty/fashion show and try to win $100 cash prize for a dog rescue group.
Meet puppy mill survivor dogs and the volunteers who rehabilitate them and provide the special care these dogs need.
Spay and neuter: Help stop pet overpopulation—spay/neuter your pet. If you need assistance, contact NVHS.