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purina and north shore animal league america

My name is Sponsor Beautiful Mocha!!

Domestic Mediumhair Cat for adoption in Halifax, Nova Scotia - Sponsor Beautiful Mocha!

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I'm being cared for by:
Tapa Cat Rescue Society

Facts about Sponsor Beautiful Mocha!

  • Breed: Domestic Mediumhair
  • Color: Calico Or Dilute Calico
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Medium
Our beautiful girl Mocha has been with us for several years. We have tried many times to adopt her, but she has grown so attached to her cat friends at Tapa that she did not do well away from them and had to be brought back. She is now a permanent rescue resident! Sponsorship of Mocha or our other permanent rescues is so greatly appreciated and helps so much with their care. 100% of donations received go directly to help the rescues. We are a registered charity and can provide receipts for income tax.

About Tapa Cat Rescue Society

About Our Rescue Group...

The mandate of Tapa Cat Rescue Society is to deal with stray and feral cats. We do not take in people's pets as we have a waiting list of cats and kittens living on the streets who desperately need our help. As funds allow, adult ferals who cannot be socialized are spayed/ neutered and returned to where they live. We make every attempt to have a shelter on the property for the cat and to have a caretaker in place who will feed and monitor the cat on a daily basis. Feral kittens are removed from their colony once they are old enough to eat on their own, and are then vetted and put up for adoption when old enough.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Meeting rescues at our primary rescue location or foster homes is by appointment. Contacting us via email is the quickest way to reach us!! tapa@accesswave.ca

Our Adoption Process...

Adopter fills out an adoption application, and if approved, a contract is signed at the time of adoption. Our adoption fee is $150 which includes a combo test (FeLV and FIV), initial exam and vaccine plus parasite treatment and a certificate for spay or neuter if not old enough at the time of adoption.