All Adoptable Cats

Rondo

rondo largeColour: Black
Breed: DSH
DOB: approx. 2007
Sex: Male/Neutered
Arrival Date: April 2018

Rondo first got involved with RCHS in 2011 and after his visit to Alpine Animal Hospital he went back to his life as an outdoor cat with a friend to feed him. He had to come back to us in April 2018 when his friend had to move and couldn’t take Rondo with him. Rondo has quickly adjusted to the change of lifestyle and enjoys the security and comforts of life as an indoor cat. He is a happy go lucky fellow and is friendly with people and other cats. He would be very pleased to share a home with adult people and gentle cats but dogs and young children worry him. He had a full exam with geriatric blood panel and dental cleaning procedure and is ready for a new address.

Spunky (Special Needs)

spunky largeColour: Tabby & White
Breed: DMH
DOB: October 2010
Sex: Female/Spayed
Arrival Date: May 23/13

This semi-feral little cat was at the shelter in June 2013 and after her mats were shaved off she went back to her mom and bro at an autowreckers in Surrey. After her protector friend quit working there and moved to the interior she must have decided to go find him as she disappeared for about eight months.  She ended up at the Surrey Animal Centre as a stray, totally matted but otherwise okay so they shaved her and one of our people went and got her and here she is, back at the shelter. Our little diamond in the ruff is very sweet but a bit on the timid side. She has been used to being outdoors and will need easy access to the outside.

Ziggy (special needs)

ziggy largeColour: Tabby
Breed: DSH
DOB: August 2015
Sex: Spayed/Female 
Arrival Date: July 2017

Ziggy is a beautiful cat with an angelic face. Unfortunately, she has had a bad start in life (not sure what happened to her) and as a result was surrendered to New West Animal Shelter because of aggressive behavior towards humans. In the year she spent at the shelter, she proved to be very disruptive and was fearful and aggressive towards other cats as well as volunteers. She was fostered in July and went to live in a household with three other cats. She has made good progress and no longer swats everybody -- her favourite activity is jumping in the bath (empty) and drinking out of the tap. At times she can be very sweet and affectionate with people but is still very fearful of any other cats. To continue her rehabilitation, we believe Ziggy needs to be in a household with no other pets. Given the right circumstances with lots of patience and love, we are confident she could blossom into a wonderful pet. We’re now looking for a permanent foster home for Ziggy. Cats placed in foster care by the society are eligible for financial assistance to cover veterinary bills as well as litter and food, as necessary.