My name is Daisy-Lee!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Montreal, Quebec - Daisy-Lee
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Montreal, Quebec - Daisy-Lee
Photo 2 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Montreal, Quebec - Daisy-Lee
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Photo 4 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Montreal, Quebec - Daisy-Lee
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I'm being cared for by:
Animal Rescue Network/Reseau Secours Animal

Facts about Daisy-Lee

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Tortoiseshell
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 6013202
  • Hair: Short
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Voici Daisy-Lee, même si on l'appelle souvent Goomba. Pourquoi Goomba? Car même si elle a presque 6 ans, elle adore toujours autant jouer. 


Quand elle ne joue pas, Daisy-Lee aime beaucoup se faire flatter. Elle est douce comme un lapin (ce n'est pas une exagération) et quand elle veut de l'attention ou a mangé, elle n'hésite pas a monter sur nous et a nous masser et ronronner jusqu'a avoir ce qu'elle veut. Tout sac plastique lui appartient et elle aime s'asseoir dedans. Ah aussi Daisy-Lee ronfle! Oui un chat ronfle.


Cependant, Daisy-Lee a été battue lorsqu'elle était plus petite et il y a deux petites choses à respecter pour son bien-être. Rien de bien compliqué, mais étant donné a quel point elle est jolie et douce, c'est parfois dur de s'y tenir:

  1. Il faut la laisser venir à nous et pas le contraire. Mais ne vous inquiétez pas, elle  finit toujours par s'approcher de nous, car elle aime beaucoup se faire flatter. Il faut que ce soit elle qui l'ait décidé. ​​​
  2. ​ S’il lui arrive de cracher, ça a l'air mignon, mais ça veut dire qu'elle a besoin d'espace. Cela signifie qu'elle a vraiment peur. Sa maman d'accueil est une vraie ''personne à chat'' et Daisy-Lee a passé sa première nuit dans le placard à cracher dès que sa maman passait à cote. Mais une semaine plus tard, elle se faisait flatter jour et nuit.


This is Daisy-Lee, although she is often called Goomba. Why Goomba? Because although she’s be nearly 6 years old, she absolutely loves to play. 


When she isn’t playing, she’s an incredibly cuddly kitty. Soft as a bunny (this is not an exaggeration) and begging for food and attention by climbing on top of mom or dad to massage and purr and snuggle against hands until she gets what she wants. She will claim any plastic bag left on the ground as at sitting place and she snores. Yes, the cat snores.


However, Daisy-Lee was mistreated as a kitten, so she comes with some special instructions. They’re not complicated, but given how pretty and soft she is, they can be difficult to follow:

  1. Do not approach her first. She must come to you. Don’t worry, she will eventually come to snuggle because she loves it, but it has to be her choosing to do so.
  2. If she hisses, it may be cute but it’s imperative to give her space. This hissing is just her telling you that she’s really scared. Her foster mom is a real “cat person” and Daisy-Lee spent the first night in the closet hissing whenever mom walked by, but by a week later, she was snuggling at all hours of the night.


Plus d'infos sur Daisy-Lee

  • N'apprécie pas la présence des autres chats ou chiens ni des enfants
  • Non dégriffée
  • Stérilisée
  • Couleur : écaille de tortue
  • Date de naissance approximative : 31-8-2011

Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.

About Animal Rescue Network/Reseau Secours Animal

About Our Rescue Group...

The Animal Rescue Network's mission is to bring about a day when no unwanted animals are destroyed in shelters or pounds, and when every cat and dog can be ensured a happy life in a good home.

We are the largest no-kill shelter in Quebec, run entirely by volunteers. We receive no funding of any kind and rely entirely on private donations to sustain and care for all the animals at our shelter.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We hold weekly adoption clinics at pet supply stores throughout the Montreal area, and the South Shore to find permanent homes for our cats and dogs.
We'd love to meet you at our next adoption clinic!

At our last adoption clinic, we had 5 cats adopted!

Adoption Days:

  • March 13th: Naturalanimal & Pawtisserie 4932B Sherbrooke West (Westmount)
  • March 20th: Mondou 8001 Boul. Newman, Ville LaSalle (Montreal)
  • Mondou 4067 St Jean Blvd (DDO)
  • Naturalanimal & Pawtisserie 4932B Sherbrooke West (Westmount)
  • : Mondou 2032 Victoria Avenue (Greenfield Park)
  • : Mondou 5580 Chemin Côte St-Luc (Montreal)

  • You can also visit our many shelter cats and let one of them adopt you! Visits to the shelter are by appointment only so please contact our adoption coordinator at .

    Ways You Can Help:

  • Sponsor a Cat! With a donation of only 12 dollars per month, you could sponsor the cat of your choice. Check out our sponsorhip page for more details.
  • Join Our Team! We are always on the look out for new volunteers. Give as much or as little time as you can. We need more people in our teams, for the following tasks:
    cleaning, giving meds, fundraising, adoptions, finances, communications, recruiting and transport. If you are interested, call (514) 938-6215 option 2 and our volunteer team leader will contact you within a few days. Check out our volunteering page for more details.
  • Donate! We are not subsidized by the government and rely solely on your generous donations to care for our animals. You can make a secure donation through Canada Helps or by cheque to "Animal Rescue Network". Your cash contributions are tax deductible! Income tax receipts will be issued for donations of 10$ or more. Please include your complete contact information so that we know where to send the receipt(s).
    If you don't want to donate cash but would like to help out nonetheless, check out our cats' wish list here.
  • Our Adoption Process...

    All new adoption homes are carefully screened to determine if they are suitable. There is an adoption fee that includes the sterilization, initial vaccination of every animal, testing for FIV and FeLV of all cats at the shelter, and a 21 days trial period. A contract is always signed between the ARN and the adopter for their protection. A follow-up by an ARN adoption coordinator is often done either by telephone or by visit, and we also offer help/cousel for the life of the cat.