Rascal, Finn And Sparrow. All Cosy In New Homes

Adopt kitten named Sparrow

Sparrow. Has been adopted.


All three of Heather’s kittens have been adopted. YAY!

Rascal is going to live in the Port Perry area with a young couple who were transfixed when they met him last week-end. They have other animals in their household and Rascal will never lack for company or love and attention.

Sparrow has gone with his brother Rascal to the same extended family. The aunt and mother of Rascal’s adoptive mom popped by Oasis to show us pictures of Rascal and how well he is fitting into their household. Sparrow captured their attention and it wasn’t long before he captured their hearts too. So Sparrow has been welcomed into their family too!

Finn has found his forever home with the sister of a valued member of our Oasis team. This young lady has watched the little guy grow for he was fostered in her household when he was quite sick and she grew very attached to him. Now they are family !!!

Congratulations to all three and best wishes in your new homes from the team at Oasis Animal Rescue.



Adopt kitten Rascal.

RASCAL – Has been adopted.

Adopt kitten Finn

FINN – Has been adopted.

Heather and her six little ones, less than a week old, were deposited in a Pampers box in front of the Oasis office sometime during the night.

All six were flea ridden and, quite frankly, we were not sure any of the kittens would survive. As fate would have it, however, they did and now three of the litter (Dio, Penny and Brucie ) have been adopted, but three kittens, Sparrow, Rascal and Finn, remain hopeful of finding forever homes.

All of them, at fifteen weeks of age, have been declared 100% healthy although Rascal and Finn each only have vision in one eye. Frankly, neither kitten feels this to be in any way an impediment. They are up-to-date on their vaccinations, full of energy, love to play and are great with other animals.

Such adorable kittens!!


If you are able to provide a forever home to a rescue pet, please contact Oasis at 289-385-6293.

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Oasis Animal Rescue – a non profit organization providing Durham Region society with humane animal rescue services – specializes in pet adoptions, re-homing and community outreach programs. Telephone 289-385-6293

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