Rain. Stray Cat Finds Her Forever Home

Rain, a stray cat now available for adoption at Oasis Animal Rescue

UPDATE 10 March, 2015:

living Rain was adopted by a couple in Bowmanville who originally thought they would foster this little lady. She stole their hearts away, however, and thus Rain found her forever home.

Congratulations to all and best wishes from the gang at Oasis.

UPDATE 25 February, 2015:

Spayed and up-to-date on her vaccinations, lovely Rain is now three years of age. A forever home is her dream.

If you can offer a loving home to Rain, please scroll down to complete and send our Contact Form.


UPDATE 20th October, 2014:

Candid Comments From Rain’s Foster Mom

Lovely Rain is extremely shy and it is suggested that her forever home be comprised of one or two mature folks. Children would not make a good match for this timid girl. An adult only household will definitely give little Rain a chance to thrive in a quiet, caring and understanding environment and blossom into the wonderful kitty cat she truly can be. Rain craves attention and will emit the sweetest little meow, over and over again, when ignored. A sponge ball, laser lights and mega amounts of Temptation treats are favourite parts of her daily life and it is hoped that those will be part of her new forever home.

Rain is two years of age and up-to-date on all vaccinations.

Rain. Cat for adoption


Original Text:

Tragically Rain’s four kittens died. Very young and abandoned to the unrelenting streets of Oshawa with two other adult cats, Rain thankfully came to our attention and was subsequently placed in a loving foster home.

Rain, a stray cat now available for adoption at Oasis Animal Rescue

This little gal is believed to be around twelve months of age and is up-to-date on all of her vaccinations. She is quite vocal when it comes to demanding attention but otherwise is happy to entertain herself in a quiet, non invasive manner.

Rain, a stray cat now available for adoption at Oasis Animal Rescue

Rain tolerates other cats but would be most comfortable in a household in which she could be the “Queen Bee”. We had actually thought of changing her name to “Reign” for she carries herself quite regally and has the overall demeanor of a feline born to rule. We believe that with patience, kindness and understanding our Rain will blossom into a loyal and loving companion to a single individual or perhaps a retired couple.


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