Agadore Spartacus

Agadore Spartacus
Agadore Spartacus

A little ball of energy has brought her spark to our home.

When I went to the Humane Society to find a kitten, I had quite the selection from which to choose. One kitten happened to catch my eye however, because she was jumping and playing in her cage and more doing her own thing than mewing for my attention. I played with her and found that she was just as loving as she was energetic. Upon arrival in our home, our german shepherd immediately assumed the role of big sister. We named our kitten Agadore (Aggie for short) and when she's not giving our dog and her big brother cat, Mitch, their daily exercise by playing with them, she's trying to cuddle anyone who will sit still. The adoption process was very straightforward and a wonderful girl named Laura at the Detroit building made it very easy for us to bring Aggie home. I would definitely go to the Detroit Humane Society again if I were in the market for another furry roommate.


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