Meet Ollie! DOB: June 2015
Ollie and his believed to be sibling (Roxy) were rescued from a hard life on the streets, in the Dufferin & Langstaff area. When he first arrived he was extremely scared, would tense up completely and let out a hiss in fear, as he did not trust people at all. He has come along way in learning to trust people and with a slow approach quickly warms to enjoying being petted and stroked. He is an handsome tuxedo with the cutest little patch of black on his mostly white face and has a sweet gentle nature. Good with other cats, Ollie would need a patient owner, who can see past his initial shyness, insecurities and understand his need to feel safe before he lets his playful gentle soul shine through. If you want to give this gem in the rough the “furever” home & family he has never known, please fill out an adoption application and contact us.
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