Charlie's a cat who speaks for himself


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— Charlie is a two-year-old gray and white male. If I had to choose just one word to describe Charlie the word "character" quickly comes to mind. Charlie loves to talk and always has something to say. He is ever so slightly cross eyed which only adds to his charm. He was found wandering on a family's property but they weren't able to keep him. Charlie is very socialized, loves people and is frisky when he gets the urge. Charlie would make a great addition to a family or a senior looking for a companion.

I am very, very grateful for all the donations we receive, however, the shelter is in need of help all year round. They tend to slow down this time of year. Our Vet bills seem to be more and more because of more dogs and cats being abandoned including a cat being abandoned in the cold this past weekend, so if you can help please feel free to do so.

We are looking to do fundraising, so if you can chair a fundraiser or have ideas please contact the shelter with ideas and/or contact information.

If you see animals being left in the cold (including vehicles,) please report it. We are also still looking for foster homes for Rusty the Brittany Spaniel and Dexter the Rottie. Please contact the shelter if you are interested in fostering.

Remember that your next pet may be in the shelter, so please visit the shelter and visit www.petfinder.com to see a full list of our adoptable cats and dogs. Again, thank you for any donations, fundraising help/ideas and thank you to all the volunteers that have also made the shelter their second home.

By Susan Bossley, Goshen Humane Society (goshenhumanesociety.org)

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