Humane Society Pet of the Week

Petri

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Petri

Name: Petri

Age: 4 years

Type: Siamese mix

Gender: Male

Neutered: Yes

Why he is special: Petri is an incredibly handsome man looking for his forever home! He was surrendered because his previous pet parent was being evicted and couldn’t care for him. Petri has won the hearts of everyone here. When he first arrived we noticed that something was wrong with his vision. He spent most of his life living in his previous pet parent’s garage because she thought he was a “scared cat.” She didn’t know that he has very limited vision and that’s why he appeared fearful to her.

It turns out Petri is a sweet man when he feels safe and familiar with his surroundings. Blind cats can live happy, normal lives in a home where their people understand what they need. Just simple things like keeping furniture where it is and keeping change to a minimum are important. Petri would do best in a quiet home with no small children and no other animals. With all that Petri has been through he really needs a special cat-savvy person or some special cat-savvy people who can show him he is safe and loved. It’s just heartbreaking because you can see how sweet he is, but the shelter environment is stressful for him. When you look at him you just want to hug him and tell him everything will be okay. Petri deserves the bets forever family out there!

Cost: $45

Where to adopt: Petco in the Town and Country Mall, 300 E. Stroop Road in Kettering (one of our many offsite adoption locations)

For more information: Visit www.hsdayton.org or call (937) 268-PETS (7387).

Due to newspaper deadlines, the animal featured in the Humane Society Pet of the Week segment may have been adopted by the time of publication. If this animal is unavailable, the Humane Society of Greater Dayton has many other amazing animals still looking for forever homes!

The Humane Society is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to building loving relationships between people and pets. Founded 115 years ago, it is the largest and most established no-kill animal welfare agency in the area. It focuses on pet adoptions, eliminating pet overpopulation, providing education and ensuring the humane treatment of animals. For more information about the Humane Society of Greater Dayton, call 937- 268-PETS (7387) or visit www.hsdayton.org.

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