UPDATE: Tiggy has been adopted!

Meet the Susquehanna SPCA “Pet of the Week” – his name is “Tiggy”.  Each week on Tuesday mornings at 8:30 am on Classic Hits 103.1fm, Leslie Ann will host members of the Susquehanna SPCA, who will tell us all about a special dog or cat at the shelter looking for its forever home.

This week, we're excited to tell you about Tiggy. The male cat is almost 8 years old and would make the perfect companion! His personality is the purrfect combination of sweet and sassy - he will let you snuggle him but also loves to play nibble and bat at you when he's had enough affection. Tiggy loves to lounge out on the Susquehanna SPCA's "catio" patio and seems to enjoy the company of other animals.

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"Catio" at the shelter, TSM Oneonta
"Catio" at the shelter, TSM Oneonta

To meet Tiggy or any of the other adoptable dogs and cats, give the SQSPCA a call at 607-547-8111 to schedule a time to visit for convenience, although walk-ins are welcome.

During this month of November, a month of thanks, the SQSPCA wants to say a big "Thank You!" to everyone who has supported the shelter. They couldn't help the animals they care for without your support.

Click here to see all of our featured Pets Of The Week

Many thanks to the "Pet of the Week" sponsor: Five Star Subaru, dog tested, dog-approved, located at 331 Chestnut St., Oneonta, NY.

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