Hello, my name is Sally. I am a sweetie who loves sweets (you can see I am a little heavy). The nice people at Cape Ann Animal Aid (CAAA) are trying to get me trim in time for bathing suit weather by cutting back on the number of snacks I may have! The CAAA is located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter, Four Paws Lane in Gloucester. I can’t say enough about the wonderful staff and volunteers. They helped me with a big problem; I had difficulty using my litter box, and it turns out I had an infection. The vet treated me and I am all better and have been using my litter box ever since. I think I would do best with low-fat snacks, no treadmill and being the only cat in my new home!
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