My name is Cheekie!

Domestic Longhair Cat for adoption in Calgary, Alberta - Cheekie
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MEOW Foundation

Facts about Cheekie

  • Breed: Domestic Longhair
  • Color: Black & White Or Tuxedo
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Long
Come and Meet this Cheeky Girl! Cheekie is a shy beauty looking for love. Cheekie recently got a name change (formerly Tamia) to reflect her emerging personality. Although shy, Cheekie has a playful side, and likes to know what is going on at the Adoption Centre. She will stare at you with those gorgeous eyes, and even accept your gentle touch. But watch out - Cheekie's personality will pop out at anytime and she will let you know who is running the show!

Cheekie would be a good companion to another cat with a similar personality or she could do well on her own in a quieter home. Cheekie just needs to feel safe and secure. Won't you give this beautiful cat her first home? She has been waiting so long.

MEOW Foundation is a registered charity and humane society with a no-kill mandate. We facilitate the adoption of the stray and abandoned cats that we rescue into new loving, permanent homes. We do our best to ensure that our cats will be matched to the best possible homes based on their personality, history, habits, and individual needs. MEOW has adopted 5800 cats into loving homes since 2000. Visit MEOW Foundation's website or call us at 403.230.6033 to learn more about adopting and our life saving programs

About MEOW Foundation

About Our Rescue Group...

Founded in 2000, MEOW Foundation is a specialized cat-focused registered charity and humane society with a no-kill mandate. We rescue and facilitate the adoption of stray and abandoned cats into new, loving permanent homes. We work hard to ensure that each MEOW cat is matched with the best possible home based on his or her personality, history, habits and individual needs.

In addition to our Rescue and Adoption program, MEOW Foundation offers a subsidized Spay/Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP), Cat Food Assistance Program and Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) Program for cats living in the Calgary community. MEOW Foundation also offers cat care information and spay/neuter education to the public to promote responsible pet ownership and reduce the problem of pet overpopulation.

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