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.
Yoyo is a 9-year-old neutered male with a big personality. He is friendly and feisty and looking for his forever home! If you’re interested in Yoyo, please give us a call at 416-690-4040.
Tarzan came to us as a stray in July and is a lovely, talkative boy with a big personality. He is approximately 8 years old and is a neutered male. He is a friendly and outgoing guy who would do best in a home with no other cats. If you are interested in Tarzan, please give us a call at 416-690-4040.
Letty is a lovely cat who was surrendered to us after being hit by a car. She is approximately 2 years old and a spayed female. She is a friendly, beautiful girl. She is FIV positive, and should be placed in a home with no other cats. If you are interested in Letty or have any questions about FIV, please give us a call at 416-690-4040.
Stymie is a 3 year old neutered male who was surrendered to us when his owner sadly passed away. He is somewhat of a shy cat and is currently on a diet as he needs to lose a bit of weight. He is a sweet boy and would do well in a quiet home where he has some room to play and get some exercise. If you are interested in Stymie, please give us a call at 416-690-4040.
Rizzo is a 2 year old beautiful medium haired female. She was found as a stray with a litter of kittens, and was brought to us by a Good Samaritan when it was noted that one of her kittens was not eating well. All of her kittens have since done very well and found their forever homes, and Rizzo has been spayed and is now ready to be adopted!
She is a shy girl looking for a home with experienced cat owners. We feel she will do very well in a quiet home where she can come out of her shell at her own pace. If you’re interested in Rizzo, please give us a call at 416-690-4040.
Sweet Pea came to Beaches Animal Hospital via a colony caretaker who was unable to provide veterinary care for him. Though clearly not feral, Sweet Pea had been living in a feral colony for most of his life. Poor Sweet Pea had been living with raw and bleeding skin, his back almost hairless – Sweet Pea was suffering.
Upon arriving to Beaches Animal Hospital, he was immediately settled into the isolation ward, set up in a cozy, warm space of his own and prescribed some pain relief. After some thorough diagnostics and care, it has been determined that Sweet Pea has an extreme allergy to fleas , and though his skin is in very poor condition, with the correct veterinary treatment and care by the dedicated staff at Beaches Animal Hospital, his prognosis is quite positive and he is on his road to recovery.
Keep checking back to see the progress of Sweet Pea’s healing and when he’ll be ready for adoption!