Shadow. Long Way From Garbage Dump. Now In New Home

Rescue Cat Shadow. Available for Adoption


Things have worked out well for Shadow! After a rough few months and lots of uncertainty, Shadow is now comfortably relaxing with his new best friend. He’s found a new home and his new best friend is a gentleman who is very pleased to welcome Shadow into his home. In his own words… “I’m looking forward to us two old guys just hanging out”.

Sounds like we couldn’t have had a more perfect outcome for Shadow, don’t you think?

Best of luck in your new home Shadow from your friends here at Oasis Animal Rescue and Education Center.


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Shadow was discovered in a garbage dump by a kind Durham resident. How, or why, he would have been abandoned this way is a mystery for everyone at Oasis.

Shadow is 10 years old, declawed, neutered and up-to-date on his shots. Although a little bit grumpy when he first came to us (quite understandably, considering how he had been treated) Shadow has become more accustomed to his foster home as the days have gone by and is now interacting well with the other cats in the household.

Ideally this little boy will find a quiet forever home where he can put behind him the abominable treatment he received at the hands of his previous owner.

If you, or someone you know in the Durham Region, is interested in adopting rescue cat Shadow please contact Oasis at 289-385-6293, or complete and send this contact form:

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