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A bright future? Selectmen want to find Midnight a home

Updated 8:06 am, Monday, December 10, 2012
  • Former Selectman Sherri Steeneck shows off "Midnight," a three-year-old cat available for adoption from the Fairfield Animal Shelter. Photo: Genevieve Reilly / Fairfield Citizen
    Former Selectman Sherri Steeneck shows off "Midnight," a three-year-old cat available for adoption from the Fairfield Animal Shelter. Photo: Genevieve Reilly

 

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Found several months ago malnourished and underweight, "Midnight" is a black cat available for adoption through the town's Animal Shelter, 211 One Rod Highway.

Former Selectman Sherri Steeneck showed off the feline at her regular pet-adoption segment of Wednesday's Board of Selectmen meeting.

"She's very gentle," Steeneck said of Midnight, who is estimated to be about 3 years old. When she was found, she was wearing a purple collar.

Steeneck initiated the "Wednesday's Pet" program while serving as acting first selectman, and even though she no longer serves on the board has continued to bring a pet from the shelter once a month to highlight the homeless animals available for adoption.

All but one of the strays featured in the program have been adopted so far, Steeneck said.

For more information, visit the shelter or call 203-254-4857.