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My name is Addie!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Pensacola, Florida - Addie
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Pensacola Humane Society

Facts about Addie

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Tortoiseshell
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10567673
  • Hair: Short

Hello, my name is Addie, and I am a rather large female tortie cat looking for my fur-ever home. I am a bit scared to meet new people (adult or child), but once I warm up, I am very sweet and gentle with everyone. I am also scared when meeting new dogs (I like to hide from them), but once I get used to them, I just ignore them. I grew up with my brother, Iver, who came into the shelter with me, as well as other kitties, so I really like to cuddle up with a companion cat. My one vice is that I have been known to scratch my claws on items that humans don't want me to scratch on, so be sure to have a great scratching post to direct my energy to. If I sound like the right cat for you, please come see me at 5 N. Q St., Pensacola.

About Pensacola Humane Society

About Our Shelter...

Our Mission: The Pensacola Humane Society is committed to improving the lives of companion animals in our community through advocacy, adoption, education and sanctuary.

The Pensacola Humane Society is an organization comprised of passionate advocates that love animals as much as they love us: unconditionally. We are a unique mix of dreamers, idealists, and optimists grounded in reality and fueled by an overwhelming commitment to the wellbeing and care of all animals within our community. We are known both within our community and nationally as an exemplar animal agency. We are the Pensacola Humane Society, changing our community four paws at a time. Make sure to check out our video spots below!


History
From a tiny shelter with one employee, the Pensacola Humane Society has grown into a thriving and dedicated group of volunteers, community advocates and professional staff.

Incorporated in 1943, the organization originally rounded up strays and investigated animal cruelty cases. Over the decades the shelter moved from an old wooden building to a small masonry structure to its current location, and along the way added educational programs, popular fundraisers and, in 1985, became a no-kill facility, where dogs and cats are provided food, shelter, medical care and love until they find their forever homes.

In the forefront of spay and neuter education, the Pensacola Humane Society has led the way over seven decades in the belief that animals are sentient beings who experience pain and suffering, and that it is our responsibility to attend to their needs and to treat them with dignity and respect. Join the Pensacola Humane Society as it endeavors over the next decade to make Pensacola a no-kill community, where there are homes enough for every animal and no need to euthanize healthy animals.

For more information, contact Director@pensacolahumane.org.

Our Adoption Process...

http://pensacolahumane.org/adoption-guidelines