Kittens Luke And Brooke – New Home Found

Kittens Adopted - Oasis Animal Rescue and Education Center, Oshawa, ON

UPDATE 11 July:

YAAAAAAAAAYYY!!! Excuse us for getting excited, but we’re delighted to announce that our little friends Luke and Brooke, two kittens born to Desiree have found their forever home!

Luke and Brooke have been adopted together by a senior Durham Region woman (who also volunteers her time to caring for pets in need at Oasis). They will be living just a few minutes away from the woman’s daughter and grandchildren, so Luke and Brooke are going to have lots of play pals popping by regularly for a visit.

Congratulations to both Luke and Brooke. Best wishes from all of your friends here at Oasis – it was great getting to know you, but we’re sooooooo happy you’ve found your forever home!


UPDATE 15 June:

New photos just in of Brooke and Luke:

Kitten named Brooke for adoption


Kitten named Brooke for adoption. Stalking the camera

Brooke stalking the camera

Kitten named Luke seeking new home

Luke – Gorgeous!

Kitten named Luke


UPDATE 25 April:

One of Desiree’s kittens, Lacey, was adopted early last week. Now, we’re happy to say that her brother Noah has also been selected to join a woman and her granddaughter who live in Barrie. There is an older cat in the household who is fairly laid back so will, no doubt, accept the whirling ball of energy we call Noah in good stride.

Brooke and Luke are still looking for their forever homes!


Original Story:

Momma cat Desiree, who has been in pet foster care, delivered four kittens on the 23rd of March and naturally Oasis is doing all we can do to find homes for the whole family. Thankfully Desiree herself has already been adopted by her foster mom.

The four kittens for adoption are mega-cute and will be ready to go to forever homes around the 20th of May. Hopefully there will be families waiting to welcome them into their homes at that time. Meet the four little ones:

1. Brooke – Female (all white nose) – ADOPTED
2. Lacey – Female (all brown nose) – ADOPTED
3. Luke – Male (brown spots on face) – ADOPTED
4. Noah – Male (all black) – ADOPTED

Contact us at Oasis today for more information about adopting one of these kittens. You can use the form below or call us at 289-385-6293 during business hours.

Female kitten for adoption - Brooke.

Brooke – female


Female kitten named Lacey

Lacey – female – FOREVER HOME FOUND

Male kitten for adoption named Luke

Luke – male

All black, male kitten named Noah, for adoption


Cat named Desiree, mother to four kittens and adopted by her foster mom

Momma cat Desiree has been adopted by her foster mother


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