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My name is Sandy Claus!

Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair Mix Cat for adoption in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - Sandy Claus
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I'm being cared for by:
SCAT Street Cat Rescue Program Inc.

Facts about Sandy Claus

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair Mix
  • Color: Black (All)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 34333207
  • Hair: Unknown
Sandy Claus is an extraordinary cat - a hero in a very small package. She was living in a situation where she wasn't getting very much to eat and was small and too thin, and yet she took really good care of her new kittens - and adopted the kittens from another litter when their mom disappeared! That's why when Street Cat Rescue took her in, she was nursing NINE kittens! You may remember the Reindeer Kittens - it was December, and we couldn't resist giving them reindeer names, so Mom needed a North Pole name too. The kittens are adopted, and Sandy is now ready to find a special forever home that will give her the loving life she deserves.

Sandy is one of those rare cats that simply loves all forms of human interaction. You can pick her up and carry her around (and she will snuggle in and rub against your face.) She follows you and winds around your legs, and never says no to a petting session. She is equally comfortable with adults and kids, and has happily settled into a foster home that has multiple cats and dogs. But Sandy's focus is always on people. She is so welcoming of all affection that she would make an awesome addition to a home that wanted a lap cat / sleep with you cat / let you know you are loved every minute of every day cat! She loves head scritches, tummy rubs, head to tail pets, and ...pretty much all forms of affection. She'll sit on your lap, your shoulders, your feet, and...pretty much anywhere . Her pictures only begin to tell the story of how loving she is - you have to meet her to discover that.

About SCAT Street Cat Rescue Program Inc.

About Our Shelter...

Since 1996 SCAT Street Cat Rescue's prime focus has been feral cats because of the limited options available for them. TNR is a successful option instead of the traditional trap and kill. The majority of the cats rescued by SCAT, however, are socialized and available for adoption. As the city grows, so to does the need for our services. Adopt, Donate, Volunteer, TODAY!

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our Adoption Centre is a free roaming space where the animals are allowed to mingle with the people who come to visit. Come relax on the couches and have a cozy lap warmer. We are located at the corner of 50th & Faithfull Avenue.

Our Adoption Process...

Check out our adoption information at the SCAT Adoption Centre on Faithfull.
Adoption Screening form can be found on www.streetcat.ca on the FORMS & INFO page.
Potential adopters will need to have landlord permission in writing as well as a carrier to get their new companion home safely.