My name is Harriet!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in stratford, Ontario - Harriet
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Feline Friends Network

Facts about Harriet

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Brown Tabby
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
HARRIET | Harriet is a sweet, shy girl who gets along well with the other cat in her foster home but would probably do best in a quiet home with no young children and no dogs. If you have the time and patience to help bring Harriet out of her shell, the reward will be worth the effort!

About Feline Friends Network

About Our Rescue Group...

We have several programs the main focus being spay/neuter.
Programs include:
Low cost for low income
Spay the momma
Evelyn’s Fund
Behaviour Hotline
From time to time, we come across homeless cats that are adoptable (ie. not feral), and that we feel are in need of a loving home. Many of these cats are struggling to survive and we do not feel will make it on their own, If there is no space for them at a shelter or rescue, we will place them in temporary foster care while we search for permanent homes.

We are always in need of volunteers to help with our programs so if interested please let us know.

Our Adoption Process...

The adoption fee is $80.00 dollars which helps us continue with our spay/neuter programs.
We have an adoption contract and do follow up calls after the cat or kitten is adopted. We want to make sure it is working out for both the adopted animal and its caregivers. We offer support and will take an animal back into our care if it is not working out after proper introductions are done within a certain time period. We provide information sheets and will discuss how to best introduce your new pet to your home, family and other pets.
We do not allow declawing.
All cats/kittens are neutered/spayed, vaccinated with age appropriate vaccines and receive a preventative flea and worm treatment.