ADOPTABLE PET: Finn is One Black Cat That Should Cross Your Path

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Finn is a four year old, black cat that has been at the Lowell Humane Society since the end of June. He was brought into the shelter with a urinary blockage which required him to have corrective surgery. Finn is now fully recovered but does need to be on a special diet.

“Since he’s been here, Finn’s definitely won our staff over and our volunteers,” said the shelter’s volunteer coordinator, Marie Baillargeon. “Throughout his medical treatment he was very tolerant; he let us do what we needed to do help him without giving us a hard time at all. He was just a very sweet boy.”

Finn would not do well in a home with other cats, but has lived with a dog in the past, said Baillargeon. Potential adopters will need a veterinary reference. Finn is available now for adoption at the Lowell Humane Society.

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