Moo. Kitten Discovered Sealed In Box Finds Safe Home

Adopt kitten named Moo


Moo has now been permanently adopted after finding a special place in the heart of her foster carer – the woman who originally discovered her taped up in a cardboard box

Even though the family had only been acting as foster carers, they have grown to love Moo dearly and everyone in the family agreed keeping her safe with them was a great idea.  They tell us she is somewhat a “wild kitty” – we suspect that’s Moo having great fun celebrating because she’s so happy and safe with her new family.

Another happy ending for one of the Oasis rescue pets! Have fun Moo.


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What a gorgeous, four month old, kitten is our black and white cutie called Moo!!

This little doll was discovered in a taped up cardboard box, awaiting an uncertain fate, by a kindly Durham resident who, unfortunately, could not offer her a forever home.

Instead she brought her to Oasis and we are diligently searching for a loving, attentive, permanent home for Moo who has been de-wormed and is up-to-date on her vaccinations.

She thoroughly enjoys the company of other animals, although she takes a bit of time to warm up to them, and is excellent with children. A multi-generational family would be a great fit for tiny Moo.

If you, or someone you know, is interested in adopting kitten Moo, please contact Oasis at 289-385-6293, or complete and send this contact form:

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