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Jack and Albey - Available for Adoption

This cuddly pair Jack (4yrs) and Albey (3yrs) are available for adoption through Hearts4Paws Animal Rescue now.
They will be up to date on all vaccines and will be neutered before adoption on Feb 4th.

Jack and Albey used to live with a dog. These boys are very loving and affectionate, and can’t wait to go to their forever home after their surgery on Feb 4th. If you have room for a little (maybe a little more than a little) extra love in your life please fill out our adoption form!

Leo - Available for Adoption

Did someone say tummy rubs and purrs??

Hi my name is Leo. I am about 7-8 years old, neutered and up to date on all my vaccines.

My current Mom loves me very much but is in her 90’s. She has been trying her best to take care of me but is struggling. Also since I am very affectionate, I love to flop down for belly rubs. Unfortunately its worrisome because I could trip my Mom which could cause injury to both of us.?

I am very loving and would be content in a quiet home although I had previously lived with kids and another cat many years back. So here I am available for adoption through Hearts4Paws Animal Rescue ??

Leo is currently waiting his forever home at Feed-All Pet Centre in Stratford. If you are interested please fill out our adoption form. www.hearts4pawsrescue.org/adoptionform

Why your donations are important to us:

Most of the cats that come into our care are Senior cats coming from homes where their owners have either passed away or are going into a long term care facility and cannot take their beloved cats. Many do not have up to date vaccines and some have had no vet care at all for a quite sometime.

Through our Angel Paws Fund we are able to provide them with vet care, get them up to date on all their vaccines to get these fur babies into their forever homes. We rely on donations from fellow animal lovers and generous donors in our community for their support so we can continue to help more cats. Every little bit helps. Thank you for your support.

Why your donations are important to us:

Most of the cats that come into our care are Senior cats coming from homes where their owners have either passed away or are going into a long term care facility and cannot take their beloved cats. Many do not have up to date vaccines and some have had no vet care at all for a quite sometime.

Through our Angel Paws Fund we are able to provide them with vet care, get them up to date on all their vaccines to get these fur babies into their forever homes. We rely on donations from fellow animal lovers and generous donors in our community for their support so we can continue to help more cats. Every little bit helps. Thank you for your support.

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