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Spruce Elementary Pet: Meet Cinnamon

Apr25

 

It's spring break, so what sort of activities do you think the second grade students at Spruce Elementary are up to?  Writing adoption profiles for the animals at PAWS!  Teacher Jennie Warmouth and students Brian, Chi Chi and Jessica took time out of their busy spring break schedules to create this adorable profile for PAWS kitty Cinnamon in hopes that someone would read it and want to take her home.

And it worked!  The students perfectly captured Cinnamon's sweet nature—sugar, spice and everything nice.  As a result, Cinnamon was adopted and has gone to her forever home!  Read the profile that helped Cinnamon get adopted below.

 

CinnamonThere’s only one thing sweeter than a SWEET-HEART and that’s CINNAMON!  She is the most beautiful brown-orange and gray little kitty who just wants to curl up in your lap like a cinnamon roll!

All she wants are gentle pets along her smooth furry coat. You can count on her to purr and purr all day in your cozy lap.

Cinnamon is only three years old! Her green eyes sparkle like the purest sugar!  She’s playful, well mannered and ready to give you all of her heart.

 

 

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What an adorable cat. She does look like the sweetest little thing. Who wouldn't want to take her home. What a wonderful way for second graders to help with a school project of this magnitude.

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