OTTAWA STRAY CAT RESCUE PROFILE: KEBA IS UP FOR ADOPTION!
Fisher Glen and Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue
Here at Fisher Glen Animal Hospital we are proud to support our friends at the Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue! This non-profit rescue group is dedicated to finding homes for stray kittens and cats! Additionally we will be helping with veterinary care/spays and neuters, as well as participating in their Trap Neuter Release program for feral kitties.
For more information, please visit the Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue website, or Follow Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue on Facebook!
Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue Cutie Of The Week: Keba
Female, DMH Brown Tabby, est DOB April 5, 2018. Adoption Fee: $200
Status: Adopted since writing of this post
Meet Keba! Keba was born in Manotick, close to a local business where she and her family were sometimes fed. Although she did have some human interaction, Keba has lived outside almost her entire life. As a result Keba is a bit reserved when she meets new people. However, it does not take her very long to get used to them. Keba loves chasing balls on the floor and running through tunnels. She greets her foster Mom whenever she comes home, and even follows her around the house. Keba just loves to sleep on a nice warm lap when it is quiet time. She is quite the little purr machine!
Keba is looking for a family who will understand that she will take a wee bit longer to come out of her shell, and she would love to live with another well balanced feline who she can cuddle and play with.
The adoption fee per kitten is $200. OSCR have included in this fee a veterinary exam, first set of shots, deworming, spay/neuter, and microchipping. As the adopter you will be responsible for second and third sets of shots if they haven’t been administered yet. Furthermore, some adoptions occur prior to sterilization surgery. Consequently, the adopter will be responsible to schedule and bring in their adopted cat for surgery. We have included this service in the adoption fee.
If you are interested in meeting Keba, please feel free to Complete an Adoption Interest Application, or Contact Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue on Facebook!
Editor’s Note: Since this post was written, Keba has been adopted – but don’t let that stop you! Visit the Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue on Facebook, where you can learn about all of the other rescued cats & kittens who still need a loving home! Who knows, you just might find a furry new friend who’s a perfect fit!