Website last updated: May 13th, 2013
Izzie and her siblings came to VPAS from another shelter who said they'd never be adoptable because they were born to a stray cat outdoors. While Izzie and her friends were shy kittens, that didn't stop them from finding great new homes. Here is an update from Izzie's new home...
Goldie came to VPAS after living as a stray on a farm for more than 2 years. We quickly discovered that this senior cat was un-neutered, had several broken teeth, and was in kidney failure. Despite Goldie's health problems, once he was fixed up and ready for adoption he found a great home very quickly. Here is the update that we received from Goldie's new home.
Little Ricochet was found as a stray kitten living on a farm. He was such an adorable little guy that his first day up for adoption he got 3 adoption applications. He is now doing very well and living with his new family in Vancouver.
Feenie and Emeril (now renamed Sterling & Nickel) came to VPAS as feral kittens. They were terrified of people and had no interest in being handled or played with. After only a few short days in foster care with one of our feral kitten rehabilitators they quickly decided that people were great. These handsome kitties are now in a home of their own. Here is what their new family has said about them...
Alice is a great example of a success story. She is one of our famous cases that shows how important the correct environment can be to a cat's health and well-being.
Tina and 13 other cats were abandoned at VPAS in June/08 when their owner was evicted from his home and had no place to go. Tina has since been adopted. Here is the update from Tina's new family:
Tina is a fantastic sweetie pie who gives great snuggles and has a purr like a motorcycle. We love her to bits already, even though its only been 8 days. Thanks for looking after Tina until she could come live at our place.
Milo came to VPAS as a young kitten after already going through a few homes. It was a mystery to us why this handsome little kitten just wasn't fitting in. Well he's now found the perfect home and he couldn't be happier. Here is what his new mom says about him: