This week at Hull Seaside Animal Rescue Emme has asked if we could write an article about her. She really wants to find a furever home.
Emme is a 1- to 2-year-old petite tabby, with beautiful yellowish-green eyes. She has a very sweet and charming face and enjoys being gently petted around her head and back.
Emme came to us from a feral colony in the town. She is, understandably, still very timid. She said she would be so happy if we could find her a quiet, adult-only home with people who have the love and patience to help her come out of her shell. Could you have that home she so desperately deserves and needs?
If you are interested in meeting Emme, call our adoption coordinator at 781-534-4902. We are open for adoptions by appointment only. Appointments can be made for Mondays, from 6:30-7:30 p.m., or Saturdays, from 2-3 p.m. Visitors must wear masks and observe social distancing. The shelter is located at 487 Nantasket Ave. For more information, visit us online at www.hsar.org.
Hull Seaside Animal Rescue is a no-kill cat shelter that relies solely on volunteers, donations, grants, and contributions. If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation, visit our website at www.hsar.org or mail a check to: HSAR, P.O. Box 787, Hull, MA 02045. You can also contact us at email@example.com and at 781-925-3121. Check out our website, where you can purchase HSAR hats, T-shirts, and other items and read about our success stories. We also post our available cats and kittens and other pertinent information on Petfinder www.petfinder.com/member/us/ma/hull/hull-seaside-animal-rescue-ma137/
We ask that you please keep your felines indoors. The shelter receives many calls about missing cats, and most of them never return home. It is unsafe out there, with coyotes, foxes, and other wildlife searching for food. When these calls come in, they are difficult conversations to have. It has been well documented that indoor cats live longer, healthier lives.
To all adopters, volunteers, foster homes, and supporters, thank you for your kindness and help during this difficult year. We wish you a happy (and healthy) 2021.