ElliotLakeToday, in partnership with the Society For Animals In Distress, brings you a regular feature highlighting a special pet that is in need of adoption.
Update: Nikko and JayJay have been adopted but Pharoh is still waiting patiently for his forever home
Nikko, JayJay and Pharoh
Nikko is a grey cat with a white spot on his chest. He is absolutely all love, he jumps into your lap when you sit down in the cat room and licks your nose . He doesn't play with the other cats, but he shows no aggression toward them. He is about four and a half years old and has been in one home prior to coming to us.
He would make a great addition to a home that is looking for a cat that pays a lot of attention to it's owner and receives the same attention. He has been flea and worm treated, received all of his vaccines, been neutered and is ready to be adopted!
JayJay is a long haired grey tabby with white. He is 11 years old and has only been in 1 home before coming to SAD. When JayJay came to us it took him a week to acclimate to his new surroundings, he was very afraid and very angry.
He has completely had an attitude change, he comes out to be petted as soon as you enter the room. He brushes up against your legs, and he has no issues with the other cats in the room. His last home also had a dog that he would go for walks with. He has been neutered, vaccinated and flea and worm treated.
Pharoh is a short-hair grey tabby. He was surrendered by the city so he didn't come with a name, however due to his elegant demeanour "Pharoh" suited him well.
He is very timid with the other cats in the common area and keeps away from them, but he loves people. He will reach for your hand and bring it to him to tell you he wants to be pet. He has been neutered, vaccinated and treated for fleas and worms. He is ready to go home!
If you are interested in learning more about Sammy and Cody please call SAD at 705 461 3197.
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