Gloves, Scarf and Miss Fairy Floss share a 'magical' bond that can't be separated. This trio is looking for their forever home together.  (Critteraid photo)

Gloves, Scarf and Miss Fairy Floss need to stay together

The triple pack of furry love are up for adoption at Critteraid

Gloves, Scarf and Miss Fairy Floss share a magical bond that can’t be separated. This furry, fun trio is looking for their forever home together.

Miss Fairy Floss was found frightened and alone, said Jess Byer, Critteraid animal director. The world was scary for her when she first came to Critteraid Animal Sanctuary in Summerland. So Byer paired her up with two happy brothers named Gloves and Scarf.

“These little boys have brought her right around. In short, they taught her to love.”

“We will not be separating such a magical bond. So it’s a adopt two get a bonus friend,” she added.

Critteraid is holding their last of three adoption days this Sunday, Jan. 31. They will be making special appointments for anyone looking to bring this incredible triple pack into their family.

“Crazy Gloves and his brother Scarf are wild and so loving,” she said.

If you are interested in adopting these three, or the other shy bonded two-packs, email the animal sanctuary.

Critteraid is extending the adoption day for these appointments only. If you are interested in making an appointment for adoption day email info@critteraid.org.

READ MORE: Critteraid hosts three adoption days

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