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TIGER THE AGGRESSIVE

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You remember the cat Tiger from earlier blogs? His family was moving, and didn’t want him since he was an “aggressive” cat. One animal organization they contacted advised the family to release the cat out into the community, even though he has been an indoor cat his whole life. Normally we don’t take care of adoptions… but when confronted with the alternative, we had no option but to try to help.

Tiger got a great foster home, where Vania evaluated him for several weeks. He wasn’t “aggressive” at all, quite the opposite. He had been continually bothered in his prior home by several kids who probably played with him too roughly for his liking, and so he reacted the only way he could. Thank you, Vania, for taking him in, and giving him love and patience so he could show us all his “true colors”.

Thanks to that “breather” in the foster home, and Vania’s evaluation, she were able to place him in an appropriate, loving, forever home.

His new owner simply adores Tiger, and it seems Tiger loves her as well. He greets her at the door when she comes home, and they give each other their sole attention.

Way to go Tiger! Purrrrrrfect Amore ending to this story thanks to Vania Lamanna

Tigers Progress

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Photos Vania Lamanna (c) 2009

Remember Tiger, that was labeled aggressive and the family got the advise to let Tiger out by an animal organization? According to his foster mother he is progressing very well.


“I think we have progressed as much as we are going to progress with him though-my guess is he will calm down within a year or 2, he is still a young cat and full of energy, the best home would be someone who has a garden for him to take out some of that energy-he goes nuts cooped up in the small apartment. “


“Again, not suited for a family with young children-not unless they have been taught how to respect animals and give them their space and distance. “


“I wish someone Italian would take him in and keep him, then he would get used to the one family and be able to bond fully with them. He’s sweet, even though destructive-we bought some glass from venice(I love hand blown glass)and left it in the box, until he leaves we won’t bring it out. Can you imagine him with a Christmas tree????!!!!!!he’d be the angel on the top, haha!!” Vania