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My name is Sidney!
I'm being cared for by
Kingston Humane Society

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair
Color
Brown or Chocolate
Age
Kitten
Sex
Male
Pet ID
16471391
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

This sweet treat is Sidney. A lovely senior citizen looking for a retirement home to live out his days basking in the sun, and making human friends. Sidney is a little shy to start but is a huge fan of treats and attention in all forms. He has lived in a home with another feline and he may be ok to be in a home with one again, so long as he is properly introduced. He has also been eating a special diet to keep him regular and feeling healthy. This boy is now ready to be adopted! Not sold yet? Call the shelter for more information on him and you will be, if you already are, fill out an adoption application for her online today!Medical: heart murmurSpecial diet: Hill's i/d (contact the shelter for any further transition)If you have any questions, please contact customer care at 613-546-1291 ext. 102 or customercare@kingstonhumanesociety.ca
This sweet treat is Sidney. A lovely senior citizen looking for a retirement home to live out his days basking in the sun, and making human friends. Sidney is a little shy to start but is a huge fan of treats and attention in all forms. He has lived in a home with another feline and he may be ok to be in a home with one again, so long as he is properly introduced. He has also been eating a special diet to keep him regular and feeling healthy. This boy is now ready to be adopted! Not sold yet? Call the shelter for more information on him and you will be, if you already are, fill out an adoption application for her online today!Medical: heart murmurSpecial diet: Hill's i/d (contact the shelter for any further transition)If you have any questions, please contact customer care at 613-546-1291 ext. 102 or customercare@kingstonhumanesociety.ca
Shelter

Kingston Humane Society

Contact info
Pet ID
16471391
Contact
Christine Badour
Address
Kingston, ON K7M 8M9

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

1. Pick out the dog or cat you would like to adopt. 2. Fill out the proper adoption application 3. Adoption application will be evaluated by staff, and vet references will be checked – this process may take up to 1 business day. 4. If it is deemed an appropriate match for you and the dog/cat adoption is approved. 5. Sign the contract and other information. 6. Take home your new pet!
1. Pick out the dog or cat you would like to adopt. 2. Fill out the proper adoption application 3. Adoption application will be evaluated by staff, and vet references will be checked – this process may take up to 1 business day. 4. If it is deemed an appropriate match for you and the dog/cat adoption is approved. 5. Sign the contract and other information. 6. Take home your new pet!

Go meet their pets

The Kingston Humane Society is located at: 1 Binnington Crt Kingston, ON K7M 8M9 Hours:
The Kingston Humane Society is located at: 1 Binnington Crt Kingston, ON K7M 8M9 Hours:

More about this shelter

The Kingston Humane Society was founded in 1884 to provide shelter and care for homeless animals and investigate cases of animal cruelty in Kingston and the Frontenac County. We promote responsible pet ownership and compassion and respect for all animals. Our Mission: To care for injured, abused and homeless animals To return or find homes for these animals To promote/organize spay and neuter programs To undertake cruelty investigations To provide emergency rescues To provide humane education To assist with the educational programs for St. Lawrence College
The Kingston Humane Society was founded in 1884 to provide shelter and care for homeless animals and investigate cases of animal cruelty in Kingston and the Frontenac County. We promote responsible pet ownership and compassion and respect for all animals. Our Mission: To care for injured, abused and homeless animals To return or find homes for these animals To promote/organize spay and neuter programs To undertake cruelty investigations To provide emergency rescues To provide humane education To assist with the educational programs for St. Lawrence College