This month’s adoptable pets from PPAR:
(1) My name is Momo. I am a two year old boy. I am a healthy cat, deflead,
vaccinated and neutered.
I was rescued by my temporary mom in December 2011. I recall that at that time I
was very weak and could barely walk. My rescuer mom sent me to the veterinary
hospital and took care of me very carefully. Now, I am a very healthy boy!
My rescuer mom will leave Shanghai in December and she told me that it is time for
me to find a permanent loving home. Honestly speaking I am a little bit shy, but once
I get familiar with you I will cuddle and look for you everywhere … I even love being
carried like a baby!
Could you please give me a forever loving home?
(2) Short time ago PPAR received an e-mail from a lady and she said she lives in
Hangzhou. She has two cats: Oreo and Max, they are brothers, two years old, de-
wormed, deflead, vaccinated and neutered. The lady will leave China soon and she
decided to leave Oreo and Max in China, so she asked PPAR to find a new home for
them … if she cannot find a new home for the two brothers on time, she will leave
Oreo and Max outside.
As you might see in their photo, Oreo and Max are very cute and lovely. The two brothers look very happy, but they don’t know they will lose their home soon. So, we want to ask loudly: Is there love in Hangzhou for these two brothers?
If you could give to Momo or Oreo & Max a safe and permanent loving home, please contact Ms. Sophia Lin at: [email protected]
For more information about being a volunteer, foster parent and/or how to adopt a cat
or kitten from PPAR, please email Sophia
See more cats and kittens, from 13:00 pm to 17:00 pm, every weekend in the PPAR Shelter at Lane 555, Jinping Road, Minhang District, Shanghai.
Phone: 021-5480-1699 (上海闵行区金平路555弄合生城邦一街坊，联系电话:
Paw Pals Animal Rescue (PPAR) is a non-profit animal rescue group founded in 2007
by several individual animal rescuers. Their main objective is to find loving homes for