Meow! My name is Trix
|Breed:||Domestic Longhair||Color:||Brown Tabby||Age:||Senior|
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, not good with kids, not good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Trix is looking for a new forever home. She was adopted as a kitten and thought she was in her forever home. When Trix was three years old, her owner decided to move to Vancouver and gave Trix to her former mother-in-law who was 91 years young at the time. Trix enjoyed six wonderful years with her new person until her owner passed on at 97. The sons of this lady had promised to take Trix in and care for her. Instead, they renovated their mother’s home, put it up for sale, and left Trix outside to fend for herself. They did not care about poor Trix or about their mother’s wishes.
For five months, Trix lived outside and fortunately, was fed by the neighbours. However, no one took her in or tried to find help for her. Cold weather arrived and at this time, a good friend of a UCR volunteer learned of Trix and her plight. She started to feed Trix too and called us to ask for help. The next night, in mid-November, our volunteer went over, put Trix in a carrier and brought her home to safety and warmth.
Trix is a beautiful brown tabby and white girl with soft long hair. She also has lovely bright green eyes. Trix loves playing. She is chatty, very funny and still runs after a toy mouse like a kitten. She is a wonderful girl despite her hardships. She deserves to be in a home where she is comfortable and content. She is a girl’s girl and she just loves hanging out with people. Unfortunately, the other cats in Trix's foster home are not very friendly to her. They pick on her a lot, so she is not very happy and she is really looking forward to being an only kitty again. She would adore getting all the attention and loving on her special person without any interference. She should live in a home without children or other animals so that she can focus her attention on being with her people because this little lady definitely thinks she is a person.
Trix's foster mom loves her very much, but knows she could be happier in a single cat household.
Please share this and help Trix find her final forever home. She has been through a rough time and she deserves to be in a stable situation.
Trix is spayed, up-to-date with vaccines, and healthy. She is ready for immediate adoption.
For more information on Trix or to inquire about adopting her, please contact Roz at 647-716-2287 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rescue Group Info...
Urban Cat Relief (Formerly - Fostering Felines) is a network of loving and experienced foster homes. Our volunteers open up their heart and homes and allow our rescued cats and kittens the opportunity to be a part of the family until they are adopted. Our cat rescue is also involved in feral cat colonies. We practice T.N.R (Trap, Neuter & Return) to help control the population and prevent needless suffering. We promote spay/neuter and proper pet care.
Please contact us! We have a flexible schedule and can do adoptions in multiple locations.
Urban Cat Relief (Formerly - Fostering Felines) strives to make the best possible between our cats and adopters. Our foster homes are observant and spend quality time with the cats to learn what makes them the happiest. Our interview process begins with a phone call and we will ask about your home and family. The adopters are welcome to ask any questions. We can then arrange a meet & greet to make sure that everyone is happy! Our adoption fees do vary but always include 1st vaccinations, deworming and a vet check for our kittens and adult cats will always be either spayed or neutered, have up to date vaccines and will have been examined by a vet. We are up front about any health issues and provide health records.
Urban Cat Relief (Formerly - Fostering Felines) is based in North York, Ontario however we help cats right across the GTA, Durham Region and York Region. We are a network or loving and experienced foster homes. Our volunteers open up their heart and homes and allow our rescued cats and kittens the opportunity to be a part of the family until they are adopted.