Who am I?
I’m a handsome ginger guy who’s been in foster care for over a year. My luck changed for the better the day my rescuers came into a downtown park to pick up another kitten they had noticed and intended to rescue. When they put their cat bag down and the kitten ran away I seized the opportunity and climbed right in! A cat in the bag is worth two in the bush and in my case this cat in the bag is one amazing animal.
I’ve grown up in foster care, bonding with people and other foster animals – cats and puppies alike. It’s hard to believe an all-around great cat like me – confident, curious and gentle, has been waiting so long for a forever home. I’ve had a couple people interested in me, especially after meeting me in my foster home where I show off in a most immodest way, but the chances fell through.
Ideal Home: I’m a great pet for most any kind of home. I get along well with other friendly cats, enjoy playful dogs, and love meeting new people. No matter how stunning your home, I’m the first thing your visitors will notice as I excitedly greet them at the door! I’m an ideal second pet or single cat in a family home where I’ll receive the attention I crave. I enjoy being with people and am ok being picked up and petted. My gentle disposition would be a good match for older children.
Healthcare History: Treated for fleas (Revolution), worms (Milbemax), vaccinated (Tri-Cat feline virus and Rabies) and neutered at SCAA’s vet partner, PAW. In late 2011 when I was a few months old I experienced kidney problems – it could be from diet, dehydration or exposure to a toxin. After IV fluids treatment a couple thorough blood tests have since shown my kidney function is normal.
For more information on giving Eevee a forever home, please visit SCAA’s website, contact [email protected] or visit them at Adoption Day on Sunday, February 24th at Shanghai Brewery (15 Dongping lu, at Hengshan lu) // (东平路15号, 近衡山路) from 11AM – 1PM
Founded in 2005, Second Chance Animal Aid is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health and welfare of rescued companion animals through education, advocacy, international-standard veterinary care, and the promotion of foster care as a healthier and cost-effective alternative to traditional shelters. SCAA has Association status with RSPCA International.