Buddy

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Buddy is a large, adult male Domestic Short Haired cat who is available for adoption from Healing Animal SCARS.    Please CLICK HERE for more information about adopting this playful and affectionate fellow

Buddy showed up one day at a property near Rainbow Haven beach, when a lady let her dog outside, and the cat loved to play with the dog every time he saw the dog. Eventually the lady checked with neighbours, thinking he must be an owned cat, but nobody owned him. He was living as a stray cat for quite a while but luckily, the dog’s owner agreed to foster Buddy while we look for a home. We took Buddy to the vet and got him all fixed up – tested, vaccinated, neutered, treated for parasites, etc. He has been getting along very well with the other cats and dog in his foster home, so we believe he would fit in anywhere! He is a very laid back cat, who enjoys play sessions and cuddling at night. This cat has already been tested for Feline Leukemia and FIV, has been vaccinated and neutered. Please consider adopting this lovely kitty

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Charles

This handsome young gent is yet another statistic abandoned at an apartment complex. Charles is affectionate, talkative and playful and gets along well with other cats. The vet put his age at approx 1.5 to 3 years. He tested negative for feline leukemia, has been treated for parasites, vaccinated and neutered.
Here are some updates from his Foster Mom:

“Charles is doing well- bit of a hellion- very clean & affectionate. He’s safe with me until a great home opens up. He was grooming GG last night so there seems to be a relationship of sorts.”
“He is addicted to wet food, catnip and sheepskin rugs. Charles is very clean- Lots to say & seems to be attempting to engage GG in some play.”
“He was happy to get back here and had a bunch of stories to tell. Seems to be a bit of a night owl & has a thing for closets: very clean & personable.”

Please let us know if you are able to provide this endearing young prince with his forever home.

Thank you.
Lori
wwload@eastlink.ca

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Cruz

Cruz was recently dumped at a feeding station in painfully frigid temperatures. He’s a docile guy who gets along well with other cats. The vet put his age at 1yr. He tested negative for feline leukemia, has been treated for parasites, vaccinated and neutered (he was a cryptorchid – one testicle hadn’t descended and had to be removed from his groin-therefore had 2 surgical incisions and had to sport a fashionable cone while the incisions healed). He’s now healed up and hairing over and seeking a home.

Please let us know if you can provide this handsome little boy with his new home.

Thank you.

Lori

wwload@eastlink.ca

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Merlot

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This beautiful young lad is one of several trapped and neutered in a feral colony. Merlot is housed in a large dog kennel and has responded well to brushing and petting and playing with toys – however, requires more time in confined quarters with daily human socialization – socialized cats would improve the process – as he is consoled by the company of other felines.

The vet put him at only 6 months old. He tested negative for feline leukemia, was treated for parasites, vaccinated, neutered and ear notched(on the assumption he was to be returned to his colony site).

If you think you have time and patience to help socialize this little guy, please let us know.

Thank you.

Lori

wwload@eastlink.ca

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Arnold

This mellow fellow will no longer be leaving paw prints in the snow. Arnold is a most affectionate, kind soul who immediately displayed his gratitude for an indoor environment. He is a gregarious boy who loves to be loved and travels very well in the car to boot! The vet puts his age at 1 year and mentioned he has a very healthy set of teeth! He tested negative for feline leukemia, was treated for parasites, vaccinated and neutered.

Won’t you consider providing this handsome young gentleman with his forever indoor home?

Thank you!

Lori

wwload@eastlink.ca

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