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My name is Tommy(bonded to Caesar)!
I'm being cared for by
Ninth Life Cat Rescue of Ontario

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair
Color
Gray or Blue
Age
Adult
Sex
Male
Pet ID
50185681
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

TOMMY, M/N, DSH, BROWN TABBY
BORM MAY 13 2014
BONDED TO CAESAR

Tommy and Caesar were given up the lady of the house passed away. Tommy is a very sweet boy who loves his treats.

Location: Oakville PetSmart, 2501 Hyde Park Gate
TOMMY, M/N, DSH, BROWN TABBY
BORM MAY 13 2014
BONDED TO CAESAR

Tommy and Caesar were given up the lady of the house passed away. Tommy is a very sweet boy who loves his treats.

Location: Oakville PetSmart, 2501 Hyde Park Gate
Rescue

Ninth Life Cat Rescue of Ontario

Contact info

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Our cats are available for adoption for $195. Contracts must be signed accepting responsibility for the cats. Adopters must sign a 'Do not declaw' clause.
Our cats are available for adoption for $195. Contracts must be signed accepting responsibility for the cats. Adopters must sign a 'Do not declaw' clause.

Go meet their pets

Our cats are available for adoption at Burlington (on Brant St.), Etobicoke and Oakville PetSmart stores and at various Pet Valu stores in the Oakville/Mississauga neighbourhoods.
Our cats are available for adoption at Burlington (on Brant St.), Etobicoke and Oakville PetSmart stores and at various Pet Valu stores in the Oakville/Mississauga neighbourhoods.

More about this rescue

Our main purpose is to save the lives of cats in danger of death, starvation and disease and to educate the public about cats in their homes and neighbourhoods. Some of our rescues are hand-picked from overcrowded local shelters. Others have been rescued from known “dump” sites. Still others may be trapped from lives outside by kind volunteers or families or may be surrendered by families who can no longer care for them for various reasons.
Our main purpose is to save the lives of cats in danger of death, starvation and disease and to educate the public about cats in their homes and neighbourhoods. Some of our rescues are hand-picked from overcrowded local shelters. Others have been rescued from known “dump” sites. Still others may be trapped from lives outside by kind volunteers or families or may be surrendered by families who can no longer care for them for various reasons.