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My name is Friday!

Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair Mix Cat for adoption in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - Friday
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair Mix Cat for adoption in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - Friday
Photo 2 - Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair Mix Cat for adoption in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - Friday
Photo 3 - Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair Mix Cat for adoption in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - Friday
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I'm being cared for by:
SCAT Street Cat Rescue Program Inc.

Facts about Friday

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair Mix
  • Color: White
  • Age: Senior
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 6951297
  • Hair: Unknown
First seen on Friday, she was rescued on a December Sunday when the temperature was - you guessed it, Saskatoon, - -30 something degrees. Alas, she was huddled into a frozen, icy mass. Her ears have frozen and fallen off and the tip of her tail had to be amputated. She has obviously had a very traumatic past and is timid. Friday now has her own warm room with lots of toys and foster Auntie is working patiently with her and longing for the day, which is not yet, when she can just scoop Friday up for big hugs and kisses. Friday loves playing with toys and thinks that the soft toys need to be washed - these are often found floating and soaking in the water dish. Friday has now met the other foster kitties in the home and, although she seems to want to be friends with everyone, the truth is that she prefers the boys. A very petite adult cat, surprisingly, Friday is turning into a tomboy who especially loves to corner and wrestle with a retired tomcat three times her size.Friday and her human Auntie have "meowy" conversations - Friday likes to converse. However, she is still fearful of being picked up. For now she only lets Auntie pet her and scratch under her chin while she is sitting securely in the corner of her window sill. (Tear stains mark her face and these will wash off. Unfortunately, when we had the camera she was not in the mood for a facewash.)Estimated date of birth of Friday is July 1, 2008.Special needs: not yet pickupable and needs regular eye wiping.

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.