Find me my furever home

Three cats and six birds are all available for adoption at the Kelowna BC SPCA

It’s World Cat Day, and what better way to celebrate than with three awesome felines who are looking for their ‘furever’ home.

Timmy is a seven-year-old neutered male that came to the Kelowna BC SPCA alongside his brother Leo. The black duo are a little on the chubby side and will need some extra attention when it comes to meal times.

Also available for adoption is the beautiful tortoise shell Georgina. At eight-years-old this gal still has her luxurious coat and is filled with ‘cattitude’.

Some say Georgina is the perfect lap cat, because she will never leave your side.

Sharing the shelter spaces with these cats is an unlikely flock of birds — although they are in another room of course. There are six birds available for adoption at the Kelowna BC SPCA, two finches (who must go together) and four budgies (who are also paired in twos).

If you would like to meet any of these cats, birds or any of the other animals at the shelter please contact the Kelowna BC SPCA at 3785 Casorso Road, (250) 861-7722.

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