Pets

Halfway Home Pet Rescue (week of December 26, 2018)

Bandit is a spayed female who was residing at Halfway Home Pet Rescue and has now found her dream home just before the holiday season. She enjoys curling up with her loving new owner. Bandit was abandoned as a young kitten at an assisted living center in New Hampshire. She spent her life going door to door begging for scraps and hoping for temporary winter shelter from any of the residents of that home. No one knew who ever owned Bandit, but acknowledge that there was never any mice seen at the center. Last fall, Sue Pellizzer of California (formerly of Stockholm) discovered Bandit while visiting her mother and brought her to HHPR for help and placement. According to Pellizzer, “I have seen what the HHPR volunteers do and I wanted Bandit to have that opportunity. Bandit needed a couple of months of medical care and TLC but by Thanksgiving was ready for her choice of home with Carol Searles of Caribou. Call 999-1075 for an appointment.  

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