PHOENIX - Animals provide unconditional love regardless of the hardships they’ve faced and Sam is very easy to please, provided that you have a lap for him to lie on.
Given up because he was “too affectionate” the 1-year-old now searches for someone who can be his constant companion.
Outgoing, social and exceptionally sweet, Sam is the type of cat who eagerly follows you from room to room and if you leave the door cracked he can push it open with his paws.
He will sprawl out next to you while you work in the office and he is the first to curl up at your feet when you go to bed at night.
A rumbling purr is the perfect remedy after a long stressful day at work and Sam will be purring readily while he waits by the door until his owner arrives.
He is gentle, charming and loving and would do well with a family that has other pets and kids as long as he is introduced slowly to his new home.
Sam is available NOW at the Campus for Compassion located at the 1521 West Dobbins Road in Phoenix. His adoption fee is $50 and includes his neuter surgery and vaccines. For more information call 602-997-7585 x 1045 and ask for animal ID number A426938 !
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