The Animal Assistance Group
Office Phone: (705) 575-7030
Robin - adopted with Dawn
Animal ID:
Adoption Date:
July 7, 2017
Black and White
House Trained:
Domestic Short Hair


Robin came to the shelter with Dawn. Robin is an adult female who was a little shy but has come a long way and is doing well socially.

Update August 2016: Colleen and Christine, two of the shelter volunteers write: "Hi, I’m Robin. I came to the TAAG shelter many, many years ago with my sister Dawn. We were strays having to live outside and were saved by a police woman who found us and took us to TAAG. I have to admit, I’m very shy, and often hide in between the cages when I am scared or a little overwhelmed. Sometimes I hang out under there to take care of a young cat named Yang who is new to the shelter and is very frightened. I lay with her and let her know that everything is ok, and that the humans here at TAAG are really very nice. Dawn and I don’t have to stay in cages ever here at TAAG which makes me happy, and when it quiets down I like to come out and ask the volunteers for some pets and scratches. My favorite part to get pets on is my backside, so I always encourage them to start there! Oh and I like it best when they don’t make super loud noises or really fast movements, those things can still scare me a little bit. My favorite way to play is when Dawn and I play tag all over the shelter, it’s a blast! There’s also nothing like a little nap time in one of the hammocks they have here, those are great. I have been here at the shelter for so very long I have almost given up on having a forever home with my sister Dawn, but I just know there is a special human out there who is meant for us, and who won’t mind that we might be frightened and hide when they first bring us home. I would do great in a quiet home without a lot of commotion and with lots of love. We both have so much love to give to humans all our own if we are just given the chance and a little time to get used to a new place. We even have a special adoption price just for us, because we have to be adopted together. We don’t go anywhere without each other. If you come down to the shelter ask one of the nice volunteers to point me out, I’ll probably be curled up between the cages."

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