Arthur is a 6-year-old neutered male. He is cream and white, with medium length hair. Arthur came to us originally from a colony of cats in the Springbrook area. He was adopted within a few days of coming to the shelter originally but was returned, as he was not a good fit for his new home. Arthur is litter trained and has no litter box issues. He will use a scratching post if he access to one. Arthur is a shy guy, and he will take some time to settle in and get used to his new environment and his new family. He is friendly and curious but only wants to be handled on his terms. He will need a person or family who understands that he is still getting used to life as an indoor cat. Because Arthur enjoys the quieter lifestyle, it would be best that he was in a home with no children and no dogs. He is said to be good with other cats, and another cat may just help him learn what it is like to be loved by humans. If you would like to meet Arthur, drop into the shelter at 527 Avonlough Road, Belleville.
Cat Adoption fee of $140 includes; Spay/Neuter, first vaccination, general deworming, advantage if needed, microchip, four weeks of free trial pet insurance and a free exam at a local participating vet.
The Quinte Humane Society adopts out cats and kittens onsite at the shelter or from PetSmart & Tropical Gardens Pet Shop. Please call the shelter at 613-968-4673 ahead of time to ensure the cat you are interested in is still available or if you have any questions. For our most accurate and up to date adoption information, please visit us at our website: https\://www.quintehumanesociety.com/
Items needed: Canadian Tire Money, Clorox bleach, small cat scratch boxes (that would fit into our cages) & cat treats.
Quinte Humane Society is a non-profit animal shelter serving Hastings & Prince Edward Counties. Each year we assist as many as 2200 animals in need. We provide a safe, caring environment for stray, surrendered, neglected or abused animals. We return hundreds of lost animals to their families, adopt out animals who are in need of a new home and provide medical care and other necessities for animals in distress. We spay/neuter to help with pet overpopulation and educate the public about animal welfare.
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