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Breed
Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair
Color
Orange or Red
Age
Young
Sex
Male
Pet ID
50012708
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

***IN FOSTER***"Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?"Don't be confused by his name, this Romeo does not have a tragic Shakespearean ending. He is, however, an amiable tabby boy and much like the Shakespearean character, he has lots of love to share. When he lived on the streets, Romeo was cared for by various homeowners, but once he was rescued, Romeo lived with his rescuer and some feline friends. Time there was well spent, and he enjoyed having access to a cat tree and spending time with his new feline friends. And similar to his literary namesake, our Romeo is waiting for his chance at love at first sight, now that he's safely off the streets.Romeo was initially slow to adjust in his foster home. In the beginning, he was timid and would hide under the couch when humans were around, keeping low to the ground and his tail down. After a little while, Romeo adjusted to his surroundings, and he is now comfortable being out in the open and interacting with people when they aren't moving. As he did in his rescuer's home, Romeo is enjoying the company of his foster's resident cat. He's a romantic, it's in his name! Romeo has also begun adjusting to human company, and seems to want pets if you remain still. At his rescuer's, he enjoyed being brushed or pet, sleeping on the couch near his rescuer, and even watching television. Whether he's lounging about or looking cute, our little Romeo is always charming. With other cats, Romeo understands how to win over their hearts and receive the feline attention he craves. The company of other kitties seems to make him feel more at home and comfortable in an unfamiliar environment; the resident cat at his foster's has helped Romeo grow to be more open. Romeo should go home with another friendly feline in the house or be adopted with another feline friend, as he will need a companion to reenact scenes from Shakespearean dramas. Although little is known about his interests in other animals, especially dogs, we wouldn't want a feud like the one between the Montagues (cats) and the Capulets (dogs) to erupt! Given his slow acceptance of people, it is evident that Romeo requires a family who is willing to be patient with him. He may be a little skittish at the moment, but our little love boy will surely get over his nerves soon and allow his true, flirtatious nature to shine through. At first sight, Romeo will definitely dazzle you and put you under his spell. We're certain that his love story has a happy ending, so why not start off on your own Shakespearean adventure with Romeo?--------------------The adoption fee for a single cat at EHS is $175. Take home an adult feline friend for your kitty and the adoption fee for the pair is $300! For kittens under six months of age, the adoption fee is $200...Or double your cuteness quotient and adopt two wee furrballs for $350! If you mix and match (kitten plus cat), the adoption fee is $300. Each of our cats is spayed/neutered, microchipped, up to date on vaccines, snap tested for FIV/FeLV, dewormed, and flea treated prior to adoption. Kittens are not spayed or neutered until 5 months of age, but the cost of spay/neuter will be covered as part of the adoption.--------------------Interested in adopting Romeo? It's easy! Just click "Adopt a Cat" on the EHS website (etobicokehumanesociety.com) and fill out our "Cat Adoption Form". An EHS representative will be pleased to help guide you through our contactless adoption procedure.
***IN FOSTER***"Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?"Don't be confused by his name, this Romeo does not have a tragic Shakespearean ending. He is, however, an amiable tabby boy and much like the Shakespearean character, he has lots of love to share. When he lived on the streets, Romeo was cared for by various homeowners, but once he was rescued, Romeo lived with his rescuer and some feline friends. Time there was well spent, and he enjoyed having access to a cat tree and spending time with his new feline friends. And similar to his literary namesake, our Romeo is waiting for his chance at love at first sight, now that he's safely off the streets.Romeo was initially slow to adjust in his foster home. In the beginning, he was timid and would hide under the couch when humans were around, keeping low to the ground and his tail down. After a little while, Romeo adjusted to his surroundings, and he is now comfortable being out in the open and interacting with people when they aren't moving. As he did in his rescuer's home, Romeo is enjoying the company of his foster's resident cat. He's a romantic, it's in his name! Romeo has also begun adjusting to human company, and seems to want pets if you remain still. At his rescuer's, he enjoyed being brushed or pet, sleeping on the couch near his rescuer, and even watching television. Whether he's lounging about or looking cute, our little Romeo is always charming. With other cats, Romeo understands how to win over their hearts and receive the feline attention he craves. The company of other kitties seems to make him feel more at home and comfortable in an unfamiliar environment; the resident cat at his foster's has helped Romeo grow to be more open. Romeo should go home with another friendly feline in the house or be adopted with another feline friend, as he will need a companion to reenact scenes from Shakespearean dramas. Although little is known about his interests in other animals, especially dogs, we wouldn't want a feud like the one between the Montagues (cats) and the Capulets (dogs) to erupt! Given his slow acceptance of people, it is evident that Romeo requires a family who is willing to be patient with him. He may be a little skittish at the moment, but our little love boy will surely get over his nerves soon and allow his true, flirtatious nature to shine through. At first sight, Romeo will definitely dazzle you and put you under his spell. We're certain that his love story has a happy ending, so why not start off on your own Shakespearean adventure with Romeo?--------------------The adoption fee for a single cat at EHS is $175. Take home an adult feline friend for your kitty and the adoption fee for the pair is $300! For kittens under six months of age, the adoption fee is $200...Or double your cuteness quotient and adopt two wee furrballs for $350! If you mix and match (kitten plus cat), the adoption fee is $300. Each of our cats is spayed/neutered, microchipped, up to date on vaccines, snap tested for FIV/FeLV, dewormed, and flea treated prior to adoption. Kittens are not spayed or neutered until 5 months of age, but the cost of spay/neuter will be covered as part of the adoption.--------------------Interested in adopting Romeo? It's easy! Just click "Adopt a Cat" on the EHS website (etobicokehumanesociety.com) and fill out our "Cat Adoption Form". An EHS representative will be pleased to help guide you through our contactless adoption procedure.
Shelter

Etobicoke Humane Society

Contact info
Pet ID
50012708
Contact
Email
Address
Toronto, ON M8Z 2X3
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Once you see a pet you like, you can connect with EHS via phone (416) 249-6100 or email. Each listing has a specific email address to connect with the Dog or Cat Coordinator who oversees that animal. This allows you to connect directly with the Coordinator who knows the animal best.
Once you see a pet you like, you can connect with EHS via phone (416) 249-6100 or email. Each listing has a specific email address to connect with the Dog or Cat Coordinator who oversees that animal. This allows you to connect directly with the Coordinator who knows the animal best.

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67 Six Point Road,Toronto, Ontario M8Z 2X3 Dog Viewing (Daily): 10:30am–11:30am or 1:30pm-4:30pm Cat Viewing (M-F): 10:30am-11:30am or 1:00pm-4:00pm (SAT/SUN): 10:30am-4:00pm General information: info@etobicokehumanesociety.com
67 Six Point Road,Toronto, Ontario M8Z 2X3 Dog Viewing (Daily): 10:30am–11:30am or 1:30pm-4:30pm Cat Viewing (M-F): 10:30am-11:30am or 1:00pm-4:00pm (SAT/SUN): 10:30am-4:00pm General information: info@etobicokehumanesociety.com