I saw Lottie at the Petsmart in Nashua over the weekend after hearing a family who had come to see her. I fell in love so when the Nashua Humane Society opened that Monday I called to see if she was still available for adoption. As luck would have it she was so the woman met me there so I could meet her. My mother noted how happy I looked playing with her. I had to put down my two older cats, Rodney and Tiffany, also adopted from the Nashua Humane Society years prior, about a year before and missed having a pet terribly. I adopted her that day and when my 6 year old daughter got off the bus from school that day I surprised her. Lottie has been part of our family ever since. She is our princess.
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