Hermione. Cat Sought Safety With Local Resident

Hermione. Cat for adoption

UPDATE: Hermione has been adopted.


Hermione unceremoniously planted herself on the doorstep of a local resident looking totally bedraggled and in need of food, attention and a good long nap.

It was quite evident that this endearing, eight year old girl was, at one time, someone’s beloved pet but fate had consigned her to the streets for an extended period of time.

Hermione is spayed, up-to-date on her vaccinations and virtually devoid of hair from head to tail (at the moment ) for her coat was so tangled the groomer who attended to her recommended a “Lion’s Cut”.

This feline is gentle, friendly, affectionate and totally loving. Her foster mother indicates that she gets along well with other cats and does not appear to have any fear of dogs. We suspect that Hermione will settle in well with any family willing to offer her a safe and secure forever home.

Hermione, cat for adoption, Oshawa.



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