December 18, 2012
I went to the ASPCA in NYC to adopt a cat. I already had in mind what sort of cat would work best in my home--with my other cat--and the ASPCA is very good at getting to know their animals' personalities and quirks and sharing that with prospective adopters. I had two friendly and knowledgeable volunteers show me all of the available cats and guide me as to which of them would be the best fit. I didn't really hit it off with any of the candidates, so the next day I went to the ASPCA mobile adoption unit, which was holding an adoption event at a neighborhood pet supply store. I met and was smitten by a 2-year-old cat who had just the personality I was looking for, and he's fitting in beautifully so far. Because the "A" has a team of behavior experts, it is able to assess each cat that comes in, so the customer knows what he's getting. It was a very good experience.
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