My name is KRAMER (Happy)!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Chapman Mills, Ottawa, Ontario - KRAMER (Happy)
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Chapman Mills, Ottawa, Ontario - KRAMER (Happy)
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Photo 3 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Chapman Mills, Ottawa, Ontario - KRAMER (Happy)
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Cat-a-Match Rescue

Facts about KRAMER (Happy)

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: White (Mostly)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
Please click on to read our Adoption Criteria and Adoption Procedure BEFORE requesting our application which we will gladly e-mail to you; you can also see our other 55+ resident kitties up for adoption. Also, please state your location and note ours. Thank You!
Kramer is a domestic short-haired male, white & yellow with a tiger tail, who was born approximately March 2007.

Most of our kitties have 2 names, one on entry and another that suits their personalities once we gt to know them; hence "Happy" still suits this fella, however, we cannot believe how uncannily he acts physically and even all around like Kramer on the Seinfeld show!

As much as a cat can be obedient, this boy is! Not much seems to bother him. This poor fellow was left in a cardboard box at our vet's door during the night. He stayed at the vet's for 5 weeks, until we found another shelter that would take him in. The night we transported him part way to our shelter to be picked up, he had pooped in the car. So, after bringing him in to clean the carrier, we observed that he walked strangely and might have either some injury to his hips or back legs, or ??

Kramer was so friendly with the other housecats here that I decided to keep him, to also have him re-examined. At the vet's he was only let out of the cage when it was cleaned and no one noticed anything other than how loving he was. X-Rays showed no obvious injury, possibly an old one? No, it was most likely cerebellar hypoplaysia. Kittens who survive distemper, or other diseases or infections, sometimes are left with this condition, which affects their motor abilities such as incoordination.

Kramer has no idea he can't jump like other cats and he does everything as if he were normal. In his case it would be ideal to have him adopted where he doesn't have access to high shelves. In the shelter he does jump up and do it all, but we are concerned that he might be injured but have no other place for him at this time.

Kramer will make you laugh because he plays like a kitten. Some female cats who are queens seem to shy away from him, but generally he likes to play with kittens and certainly will be a very loving cat for his human companion.
Our personality profiles are 95% accurate based on the cats' present environment; this can change to SOME degree in a new environment, therefore, our predictions on the best matched home are 80% to 100% accurate.
As we have very limited manpower, please also note we are sometimes overloaded and cannot update profiles immediately.

About Cat-a-Match Rescue

About Our Shelter...

A feline behaviourist, rescuing abandoned felines and some dogs. Because of our %100 lifetime return policy we make every effort to correctly match the right companion to suit your lifestyle. This is a "Let Live " Safe Haven and our motto is : rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home. The promise we try to uphold to our rescued felines: " that they should never have to be rescued again!" A Guidelines Adopters' Package is included with the adoption and post adoption support for health and behaviour, from natural to conventional remedies.

Come Meet Our Pets...

The Safe Haven is located 1 hour east of Ottawa just off Hwy. 417, easy to find, and 45 min. west of Montreal. Visits are by appointment.

Our Adoption Process...

Please first read our Adoption Procedures and Criteria on our homepage at:, then e-mail us requesting an application. We will then review it, contact your references and then contact you by phone for a short interview and to book an appointment for your visit to the shelter. Our visitors usually spend an hour or more to be able to interact with as many of our resident cats as possible, in a natural 'home environment' as well as an opportunity to ask us any questions you might have. We then ask that you return home to make your decision, and if you think you have found a suitable companion we then contact each other to discuss these details. If we are all in agreement, then arrangements are made for your special new companion to be delivered to your home (within a certain distance or other arrangements are made). Our minimum donation for adult cat adoption is $165.00 (an additional donation for cats who have had certain testing or treatments).