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My name is Rugrat!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Hamilton, Ontario - Rugrat
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Hamilton, Ontario - Rugrat
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I'm being cared for by:
Neveah's Charity of West Lincoln

Facts about Rugrat

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black & White Or Tuxedo
  • Age: Unknown
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10623725
  • Hair: Unknown
RUGRAT - DSH, female, spayed, black & white, DOB Dec. 1, 2015
 
Rugrat is a very special kind of girl. She’s an adorable little kitty who’s had a lot of challenges. Rugrat has some neurological issues that took a while to figure out – she’s very sensitive and does not really enjoy touch or petting because her nerves interpret these signals much more strongly than other cats. We put her on some special medication (name available on re quest), and now that her sensitivity is down, she does allow some degree of touch. She will NEVER be a lap cat, however, she is easily one of the most adorable, most entertaining cats we’ve ever met!! She will entertain you for hours with her goofy antics, and she has things pretty figured out! She will have to be on meds likely for her life, but this isn’t a challenge! When dinner and med time comes, she goes into her little cage (so the other kitties don’t steal her food and meds) and happily sits there waiting for her own turn! She’s also incredibly easy to crate up because of this same training. She is definitely a girl with special needs, and we anticipate that she will have some medical issues going forward. Someone, somewhere will see her cute face and realize that she is absolutely worth it, and the reward she gives is her lifetime of entertainment and company. She’s a spunky little monkey, and would definitely do best in the home of a very experienced cat owner. She’s good with other cats and dogs as well. She would not do well in a home with small children as her sensitivity can sometimes be difficult for children to understand and predict. Her foster family absolutely adore her, and have never laughed so hard in their entire lives at a cat. Let this little girl entertain you!
 

About Neveah's Charity of West Lincoln

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a small group of volunteers who are determined to help care for abandoned, neglected and unwanted cats in different areas and from the High Volume Shelter in Hamilton. This group of volunteers dedicates their time and energy with receiving only two rewards: great pride in rescuing cats and earning the satisfaction that they did a good thing.

We strive to rehabilitate and re-home most of the cats that come into our care. We use a hands on approach to help cats so they may become family pets. We ensure that each individual receives the special attention required to make this possible.

We are a no kill shelter and believe that all felines deserve another chance whether it is in a forever home or simply here with us at the facility.

We are strictly a non-profit organization and receives no funds from any agency, corporation or the government. We rely solely on the kindness and generosity of the public and community.

Neveah (mascot) changed our outlook on cats and how badly they need us to take care of them. We decided to open a Charity in dedication to Neveah's strength and our determination - more information on Neveah's story available at: www.ncwl.weebly.com

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

http://ncwl.weebly.com/donate.html https://www.canadahelps.org/DonationDetails.aspx?cookieCheck=true

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our foster cats are located in private homes and several pet stores across the area. If you would like to meet some of them please contact us at neveahscharityofwestlincoln@hotmail.com or call 905-920-0003 or 905-517-0201 to set up an appointment to meet your perfect match.

Our Adoption Process...

Each cat is vet checked, de-wormed, treated for fleas, spay/neutered, micro chipped and vaccinated according to the cat's age while in our care. We charge an adoption fee of $195.00 for a kitten and $175 for an adult cat. However, if you are looking to adopt two feline friends we charge $350 for a pair of kittens and $300 for a pair of adults.

If one of our rescues captures your heart, please print, fill out and email us an adoption application form (you may download one from our website).

Upon review and acceptance of your application a meeting will be arranged to meet the cat(s) of your choice. If you meet the requirements we will follow through with the adoption where an adoption contact/agreement will be read and signed.