This month’s Adoptable Pet from Second Chance Animal Aid:
Health: Treated for de-worming (Milbemax) and vaccinated (Tri-Cat and rabies vax), if adopted now, SCAA will subsidize half the cost of neutering at PAW.
Ideal Home: Wolfgang would make an ideal second cat or single cat provided his new family could give him enough attention. A bored cat makes a bad pet and he’s still making up for time lost on cage rest now that he can indulge in curious kitten ways! He’s easy to handle and will be a great match for older kids.
Wolfgang is a handsome and fluffy kitten luckier than most – in addition to being a hungry baby abandoned in a downtown lane, he had a broken front paw. Thankfully his rescuers generously helped SCAA make him all better so that he could have a chance at a forever home.
“I’m the total package – looks and personality! Not content to just be admired from near or afar, I’m an affectionate cat thanks to all the lap cuddles I received when I was recovering from my leg fracture. Being confined to my big crate for weeks to avoid unnecessary movement meant lots of napping and just hanging out on my foster mom’s lap.
My short term isolation to help repair my leg had zero effect on my interest in making friends with my foster mom’s cat. As soon as my confinement was over, we were hanging out and I was eagerly following her lead to explore the house before we settled onto sunny window ledges for our afternoon siesta. I’m not just a “people cat” but a “cat’s cat” too!”
For more information on giving Wolfgang a forever home, please visit SCAA’s website, contact [email protected] or visit SCAA at Adoption Day on Sunday, November 11th at The Apartment (47 Yongfu lu, near Fuxing xilu) // (永福路47号3楼, 近复兴西路) from 11AM – 1PM.
Second Chance Animal Aid (SCAA) is a non-profit organization in Shanghai that helps rescue companion animals and supports local animal or pet welfare projects. Go to www.scaashanghai.org to learn more. Shanghaiist is an official media partner of SCAA.