Howie. Life Threw Him A Curve But OK Now


Howie has been adopted by a long time Oasis volunteer. This young lady and her mother have been “rolling up their sleeves” and providing everything they could to Oasis over the last seven months including supplies for the food bank, toys, treats and leather couches for the felines and endless hours of devoted ” play & socialization ” time for the neediest of our foster pets.

Howie has been on their radar for a long time and finally they made the decision to adopt. He now has a secure, forever home with folks who truly love and understand him.

Congratulations Howie.


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Howie is one special boy. Adored and well cared for by his present owner, this nine year old cat has enjoyed a relaxed and comfortable existence for many years.

Adopt Cat Howie

Unfortunately life has thrown him “a bit of a curve” for his family is moving out west and cannot take him with them. So, Howie needs to find a new home. Up-to-date on all of his vaccinations and neutered, this handsome boy is friendly, sociable and extremely laid back.

He is somewhat timid around other animals and children so we would recommend a quiet household with perhaps a senior couple or a retired person. The hustle and bustle of a multi-generational dwelling would definitely not be for Howie.

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