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Edmond is a 2-year-old brown tabby with white neutered male. He came in to us as a stray from Stirling and he was suffering from a bad case of calici virus. He was put directly into our isolation area where he has been treated for the last month. He is now a perfectly healthy cat and is ready to find his new furever home. Edmond is an extremely friendly cat. He is always at the front of his cage, rubbing on the bars and sticking his paws out to make you open his cage and pet him. He lives for pets and scratches. He is an extremely affectionate and outgoing cat and would do just great in a home with adults and children of all ages. He does love his food, and should be fed on a schedule instead of being free fed, as he will eat whatever you put in front of him. Edmond does not seem to be bothered by the other cats here and would do fine in a home with another cat or two, as long as they were properly introduced. Because he is a stray we do not know how he is with dogs, but he would likely be alright with a laid back one that knows how to live with feline friends.
Cat Adoption fee of $140 includes; Spay/Neuter, first vaccination, general deworming, advantage if needed, microchip, four weeks of free trial pet insurance and a free exam at a local participating vet.
The Quinte Humane Society adopts out cats and kittens onsite at the shelter or from PetSmart & Tropical Gardens Pet Shop. Please call the shelter at 613-968-4673 ahead of time to ensure the cat you are interested in is still available or if you have any questions. For our most accurate and up to date adoption information, please visit us at our website: https\://www.quintehumanesociety.com/
Items Needed: Small cat scratch boxes or toys (that will fit in our cages), hidey house beds (https://www.amazon.com/Enclosed-Covered-Kittens-Removable-PETMAKER/dp/B076ZWZ68Q?ref_=fsclp_pl_dp_10), small kitty cones or spay shirts to keep them from licking after surgeries & LATEX FREE, POWDER FREE gloves for staff.