We have named her Alani! Hawaiian Meaning “Orange Trees”
She was found by someone’s barn in Bonavista on Elliston Road. She was spotted there about two weeks ago and after some time they gained her trust enough to get her in a kennel. She is a petite tortoiseshell cat that appears to be just a small adult. She does enjoy being petted but is just frightened here at the shelter at the moment.
Alani has been FELV/FIV tested, vaccinated, flea treated and dewormed. Please note she will need time to adjust to a new home as she is very shy but we think she should come around with lots of TLC.
If you would like to adopt or foster this gorgeous girl please click on the "ADOPT" or " FOSTER" button to fill out our online application. All materials are provided for fostering!
Please note that our shelter will be open to the public Monday- Saturday 11am - 4pm. Masks are mandatory with an 8-person capacity. Adoptions will operate by appointment only.