My name is Libby!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Squamish, British Columbia - Libby
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BC SPCA - Squamish Valley Branch

Facts about Libby

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Senior
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 419380
  • Hair: Unknown
Meet Libby, the sister of Coconut and another one of our fantastic senior cats available for adoption. Libby and Coconut were both surrendered to the shelter when their owner realized that they weren't adjusting well to the new dog or baby in the household, for this reason we have determined that they would be best suited to a home with no dogs and no young children. Libby has been eating a veterinary prescription diet for bladder crystals that her sister was put on a few years ago but in the shelter she has been eating the regular diet here and has had no problems with the switch. Libby took a little more time getting used to the new environment at the shelter but she has adjusted well and is a very affectionate, sweet girl who has lots of energy and loves to be around people. Libby tends to ignore the other cats in the room. She loves to explore and as she walks around she keeps up a conversation with whoever is in the room with her! Libby is very clean but needs to have a large covered litter box filled with clumping litter, this is what she is used to and if she has different litter or a box that isn't covered she will either choose to not do her business or she will pee over the side of the box. Libby would love to be adopted into the same home as Coconut but it's not mandatory as she is quite independent and would do fine as a single cat also. Please come to the shelter to meet this great cat and see if you think she'd be a good match for your home.
Primary Color: Brown Tabby
Age: 10yrs 0mths 3wks

About BC SPCA - Squamish Valley Branch

About Our Shelter...

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The BC SPCA is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and enhancing the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in British Columbia. Through its locations and operations across the province the BC SPCA provides emergency medical care and sheltering for more than 37,000 animals each year. The society also conducts more than 4,600 cruelty investigations and provides a wide range of advocacy and education programs for domestic, farm and wild animals through its Provincial Office.

Our mission, vision and charter is at the heart of all we do to rescue, protect and care for animals. It is also the driving force behind our animal welfare and education programs.

Our Charter:

The BC SPCA Charter is the foundation that guides the work we do:


The world is inhabited by many species sharing a common ecosystem of air, earth, and water. We recognize and value our interconnectedness with all animals.


The BC Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is dedicated to protecting and enhancing the quality of life for the animals of the world we share.

We pledge our energies to inspire and mobilize society to create a world in which all animals, who depend on humans for their well-being, experience, as a minimum, five essential freedoms:

1. Freedom from hunger and thirst

2. Freedom from pain, injury, and disease

3. Freedom from distress

4. Freedom from discomfort

5. Freedom to express behaviours that promote well-being.

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Our Adoption Process...

Please note that in many of our provincial shelters renters are required to bring in copies of their strata council by-laws in order to be approved for adopting.

Please contact us at the shelter for any adoption requirements before visiting us to adopt so that you are correctly prepared to take your new family member home.

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