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My name is Gary!
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Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair
Color
Brown or Chocolate
Age
Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
46631371
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Gary has a resting "mean" face. But her personality and attitude don't always match the look! She definitely has some sass, but for the most part is a sweet girl who just wants a furever home. She hasn't been socialized one on one with other cats but doesn't seem too fond of them when she sees them. If she's napping and wants to be left alone she will be sure to tell you. She gets in the mood for pets often and purrs quite loud!
Estimated date of birth: February 11, 2019
Rescue

SCAT Street Cat Rescue Program Inc.

Contact info
Pet ID
46631371
Contact
Address
108 - 2750 Faithfull Avenue, corner of 50th Street & Faithfull Avenue, Saskatoon, SK S7K 6M6

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

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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Go meet their 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.

More about this rescue

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!