PET OF THE WEEK: Tweety wants to grow up in a loving home

Six-month-old cat lives at Critteraid in Summerland

Hi there, My name is Tweety.

I’m six months old and super sweet.

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I need a family full of love. I would love to grow up with a little kid, all to myself.

Please call my Aunty Jess at 250-488-3226.

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