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Meet our adoptable cats!

441 furever homes found
since February 2022

 

The following kitties are available for adoption from foster home. 

An orange-on-white tabby cat looking out the window

Shirley 

Female
Domestic shorthair
Orange tabby on white
~2 years old

Shirley is seeking her own castle to be queen of. She's a sweet girl, but is firm about her boundaries. When she is at ease, she LOVES to be pet and brushed, even flopping over for belly rubs, and will cuddle on her own terms. During the day, she likes watching the world through the window. In her forever home, Shirley would love to spend time outdoors safely with a catio.

Good with cats: No
Good with dogs: Unknown
Good with children: Older, gentle children

Please contact us to schedule a meeting with Shirley.

 

A black cat with a white splotch of fur on his chest lying on top of a cat tree looking directly into the camera

Onyx (temporarily unavailable)

Male
Domestic shorthair
Black
~2 years old

Onyx is a big fan of people. He'll rush to the door to greet you, and will demand pets before you can even take your shoes off. Every chance he can, he'll jump onto your back just to hangout. Wherever you are, Onyx wants to be there too. Belly rubs are welcomed, and cuddles at night are necessary. He's incredibly active, and is the life of the party. Lots of stimulation is key for Onyx. He would be happiest as an only cat.

Good with cats: No
Good with dogs: Unknown
Good with children: Older, gentle children

Onyx is temporarily unavailable for meeting.

  

A fluffy black cat lying on top of a pink cat tree, looking directly into the camera

Jamal

Male
Domestic longhair
Black
~1 year old

Jamal is a sweet, easy-tempered cat with wonderful manners. He's low energy, but confident and curious. Jamal has a slightly sensitive stomach, so a consistent diet is important.

Good with cats: Yes
Good with dogs: Unknown
Good with children: Yes

Please contact us to schedule a meeting with Jamal.

 

A dilute calico cat in a loaf position on top of a plush grey cat tree

Rosey (adopted)

Female
Domestic shorthair
Dilute tortie
~1.5 years old

After doting on her litter of 7, this beautiful lady is rediscovering the joys of kittenhood. She'll happily play independently with toys, but when she wants you to play with her, she will carry her toy to you and meow. If you happen to be asleep, she will politely deposit the toy on your bed and let you sleep. Rosey is athletic and loves to race around the hours. She's not much of a lap cat, but she likes to be in the same room as you, and will often sleep with you. When she's in the mood, head scratches and full body strokes bring out loud purrs. Rosey would benefit from a medium-high energy home with lots of stimulation like toys, scratchers, and maybe a catio. Rosey is gentle with children of all ages, and gets along well with other cats.

Good with cats: Yes
Good with dogs: Unknown
Good with children: Yes

Rosey has been adopted and is pending pickup. 

  

A black cat with a white chest spot sitting and looking up past the camera

Zorro (pending)

Male
Domestic shorthair
Black
~3 years old

Zorro loves indulging in his wet food, with a sprinkle of kibbles, before retreating to his secret lair. He's still adjusting to the world of indoor living, and although still a bit wary, the heart of a hero beats within. He's looking for a family who will understand his mysterious past, and offer him a patient hand and the time he needs to reveal his true, loving nature.

Good with cats: Yes
Good with dogs: Unknown
Good with children: Unknown

Zorro is currently pending adoption, and we are not accepting any more applications for him.

  

Pete

Male
Domestic shorthair
Brown tabby on white
~1 year old

Pete is playful, chatty, curious, and loving. He enjoys being around his people, and will cuddle until something catches his attention. Once he's done exploring and/or playing, he'll come back for some more cuddles. Drawers and cabinet doors are not safe from Pete's curiosity, and he is determined to find out what's on the other side of every door. Life's never dull with Pete around.

Good with cats: Yes
Good with dogs: Unknown
Good with children: Yes

Please contact us to schedule a meeting with Pete.

  

The Adoption Process

Step 1: Meet the cats
Each cat's personality is unique and may differ from the bios provided. We offer a comfortable, home-like environment for folks to spend quality time with their potential new furriend(s). For the cats' best interest, it is mandatory to meet them prior to submitting an adoption application.

Step 2: Ask for an adoption application form
Once you have met the cats and fallen in love, ask an associate or volunteer for an application form. We work with multiple rescues, and each have their own forms. It's important to let us know which cat(s) you'd like to apply for so we can provide you with the correct paperwork. Adoption application forms may be filled out on-the-spot, or taken home and submitted later.

Step 3: Check your inbox
Adoption applications are passed along to the appropriate rescue for processing. If they plan to move forward with your application, they will reach out to you directly via email or text. Please ensure the email address and phone number on your application form are legible, and check your junk folder regularly. Adoption approval is based on the best match for the cat(s), and not first-come-first-served.

Step 4: Be prepared
Prepare photos and/or videos of your home (in place of a home visit), as well as a letter from your landlord or strata (if applicable) detailing your pet policy. 

Step 5: Sign the contract
If your application has been approved, the rescue will send you an adoption contract to sign.

Step 6: Submit payment
Adoption fees are to be submitted directly to the appropriate rescue via e-transfer. Adoption fees paid in store will be subject to a processing fee.

Step 7: Schedule a pickup
Once all paperwork is complete and the adoption fee has been paid, the rescue will send an official adoption confirmation email. Then (and only then) we can schedule a date and time for you to pick up your new furriend(s)! Please keep in mind that pickups are limited to certain hours, and we will only schedule a certain number of pickups per day/time slot. Unscheduled cat pickups will not be accommodated. Adopted cats cannot be held for more than 7 days.

 

Adoption Fees

The adoption fees are as follows:

  • $300 for 1 cat over 6 months old or $500 for 2 cats over 6 months old
  • $400 for 1 kitten under 6 months old or $600 for 2 kittens under 6 months old

Each cat is/has:

  • Spayed/neutered
  • Microchipped or tattooed
  • SNAP tested for FIV and FeLV
  • Up to date on all vaccines
  • Dewormed
  • Defleaed
  • Been treated for any known illnesses, infections, or injuries
  • Received a recent, comprehensive vet exam
  • A free 6-week trial of pet insurance (excluding Catspan)

The entire adoption fee goes directly to the rescue to continue supporting this valuable initiative. We are partnered with various rescues in BC and Saskatchewan, and it is our goal to find responsible, loving homes for each and every adoptable cat.

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