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Sugar

Sugar

September 02, 2020

I met Sugar the first day she came to Toronto Humane Society. She was scared, small, and was hiding underneath her cardboard house. Initially, I had no intention of adopting her. But then I came back the next day, and she did her little meow. And the next day, she pawed at the cage and showed me her tummy. I just fell in love with her and came to visit her everyday during the waiting period. At one point, a volunteer told me that Sugar didn’t eat much but would eat when I held her food for her. I still have a picture of our first meeting and the first time she ate food out of my hand. It was magical!

In the words of my dog-loving friends, Sugar is now a “golden retriever stuck in the body of a kitty.” She turned my “dog-people” family into cat lovers that send her birthday presents. She has over 6,000 followers on instagram. I met Sugar during one of the most stressful month of my life and she changed my life ever since. I love her so much and thanks Toronto Humane Society for helping me meet my best friend. ​