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Two Lively Brothers Seeking New Home!

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  Smokey, adopt friendly healthy grey tabby, male, neutered, 1 year old was a straySmokey (on the left) and Jack (in the photo below) are two very lively, well-adjusted, and well-socialized 1-year old supposed litter mates who were found abandoned along a rural road in Niagara on Christmas Eve, 2014. Efforts were made to find their owner but without success. They were about 8 months old when found and had not been neutered so it is believed that they were visited with the unhappy situation of having been dumped in the country. Through the kindness, compassion and generosity of several individuals Smokey and Jack were rescued and settled into a temporary home.

Jack, adopt friendly healthy grey and white tabby, male, neutered, 1 year old was a strayBelieving that a new home was within their grasp these fellows were neutered and received their full course of vaccines. Sadly, that home fell through when the new prospective owner realized just how busy these 1-year olds were and now an earnest hunt for a new fur-ever home for Smokey and Jack must be found. They are currently bunked in with two other slightly older female cats and have adjusted well to having other cats in their space. Reason for owner rehoming is due solely to the time commitment required to care for 4 cats.

Jack, adopt friendly healthy grey and white tabby, male, neutered, 1 year old was a strayThese two feline buddies are very well-behaved, fully litter trained and have no problem with other cats in the home. They are a little distressed by dogs, though and untried with children.

Smokey, adopt friendly healthy grey tabby, male, neutered, 1 year old was a straySmokey and Jack are deeply bonded to each other so a home is sought that will adopt both fellows, together.

If you think you can offer Smokey and Jack their best-ever fur-ever home, please contact us at 289-273-6590 or email us. We would love to set up a meeting for you and the boys.

Check out their video on our Facebook page.


If you have a pet that you would like assistance in rehoming please contact Pets Niagara at 289-273-6590, or email us at administrator@petsniagara.org for details on how we may be able to help you.

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