Pet Adoption

Are you considering adding a pet to your home?

Adoption could be the right choice for you. Explore our Adopt Centre to help you make your choice.

Shirley

Shirley

Shirley really needs to find her Laverne
We all think that it’s really her turn

She is very sweet & loving to humans you see
She just wants to be in your pod as your only pea

In your home she has to be the only cat
A place where she will not get too fat

She had lived in a home where two was too many
Shirley would prefer (insist) that there wasn’t any

She is a mature feline of 8 years old
But once you meet her your heart will be sold.

Hank

Hank

Handsome, sweet Hank is an easy & outgoing six-year-old cat that loves to look out the window and watch the birds in the tree in the back of our clinic but would happily accept doing this in your home. He enjoys head scratches and will use his paw gently to let you know that you are not finished giving him attention. That being said he is an independent cat that does not require a lot of attention. He is a larger cat and is accustomed to meal feedings rather than free feeding; this helps keep his weight under control. Hank loves playing with toys, please see his pet finder page to watch him in action. He would do well with another friendly cat but would also be content as your only cat roommate.

Even though Hank is a bit longer in the tooth, this orange tabby is very sweet and when you meet him his sweet-natured personality shine through.

Katniss

Katniss

Need a project?

This sweet kitty needs a parent(s) that are patient & understanding.
She was rescued from the streets of Toronto while she was a feral and
later than what is ideal, she missed the spot where she would accept
humans easily and this has made her shy. Katniss is very soft and has
a lovely black coat with two white buttons on her chest. The good news
is she very playful and loves the other cats in her current foster
home but her foster parent feels that she should either be the only
cat in your house hold or maybe perhaps one other fellow feline to
show her the ropes of human interaction. She has made progress and
enjoys being held (even though she lets out the cutest little hiss at
first) by her foster parent and will start to purr after a minute of
cuddles, she also likes a good chin and back rub. Because of Katniss’
shyness she would not be suited to a home without small children as
they may scare her, she would prefer a quiet, easygoing household
where her personality can outshine her shyness.

Font resize
Contrast