I'm being cared for by: SCAT Street Cat Rescue Program Inc.
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Abbey Dawn
Breed: Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair Mix
Color: Black (All)
Abbey Dawn's Info...
I am already spayed.
Abbey Dawn's Story...
Abbey Dawn's Story...
Abbey Dawn loves to play and loves the boy cats and the other youngster in her foster home. She is friendly with her foster people, allowing them to pet her, but only in the room where she is fed. They are working with her, expect progress as she is still young, and would be happy to send her to a permanent home with experience in dealing with extremely timid cats. She is not aggressive and is a lovely, dignified, classic tuxedo cat. Estimated date of birth of Abbey Dawn is July 19, 2011.
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.
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