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Freyja

Freyja was an abandoned kitten in an apartment complex. I followed the animal control officer to their facility and put my name on her; 5 days later I took her home. She was approximately 10 months old. That was about a year and a half ago.

She became my husband’s ESA cat. She’s an extremely emotional cat so if you’re crying or upset she will come running to you after meowing and try to comfort you. My husband is no longer in the picture and for the past 4 months she has comforted me many times at night from nightmares; she likes to sit up right by my shoulder and purr me back to sleep.

She has been raised with a younger cat and they play together all the time. She also has been raised with two very large dogs; one that she plays with quite a bit and the other one she just cuddles with. She has been raised around an open top fish tank and she loves to drink the water out of it, but she never bothers a fish.

She loves her treats that I give her; once a week I give her a can of tuna. And she loves her catnip that I sprinkle on the cat scratcher. She does have a bad habit of trying to chew on plastic so beware of any plastic bags around her. She loves to lay in the sun and look out the window. This little girl has never been outside her entire life; she’s always been a pampered inside kitty.

I have put her down as being a special needs cat only because if you’re not careful of the cat food or treats that you buy for her she will end up getting sick off of it. Her tummy just doesn’t some of the foods. The best one I have found and been feeding her is temptations cat food and temptations treats.

Freyja would be perfect for somebody going through a rough time or that needs emotional support as this Kitty can provide it. The reason I am homing this little girl is because my husband will not be coming back to this household and I have too many animals and not enough income anymore. She deserves someone that can take care of her properly.

Preston

Preston is one of the most affectionate animals you will ever meet. He likes to climb into bags and lay in fresh laundry. loves to cuddle and likes new people.

The pet on this page is not an animal in the care of Auburn Valley Humane Society and is not in our adoption program. This pet is in the home of its current owner and Auburn Valley Humane Society is not able to verify the accuracy of descriptions written by the pet owner.

Skeet

Skeet is a sweet old man but loves a little bit of lovins here and there. Does not like being picked up that much. Food motivated. Needs a comfort groom. Need temp foster due to homelessness until a job and home are established. Good with all animals.

China

China came from a breeder in Lancaster pa. She experienced some not so nice things there.. so she has trust issues and it takes a while for her to trust especially males. She also suffers from separation anxiety and anxiety in general. She’s a picky eater so I have no problem providing her food. If she is fed anything she is not use to she will not eat. She is house broken and once she gets use to you she is really a sweet dog I love her so much.

*Home To Home is a platform that connects people looking to rehome or foster their pets with interested adopters or fosters. The pets featured are not animals at Humane Pennsylvania shelters and require direct communication with their caregivers through Home-To-Home. It is the responsibility of the individuals who express interest in a particular pet listed on these pages to obtain and verify information about the pet’s medical, behavior and bite history. All information contained in the pets’ description page has been provided by their caregiver. Humane Pennsylvania does not verify the accuracy of the information provided.

Animals posted to this site should not have rehoming or fostering fees. If fees are requested, please reach out to dmarch@humanepa.org.

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