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In shelter Cat

Red Deer, AB, T4N 5R8
Pet name:
Domestic Medium Hair
Gray & White
Coat length:
Harlow is the mama of Jonjamin and Bethicca. She led a rough life on the streets, having so many litters of kittens that her spay became a complicated procedure. She has had a few teeth pulled and now has a clean bill of health, however she, like most other cats, does carry feline herpes virus and when she gets seriously stressed out, it causes respiratory symptoms. To help control her symptoms, she gets Viralys on her food. Harlow is not good with other cats; perhaps she has learned to dislike them because every time she was friendly she ended up with kittens. 

Harlow needs a loving, stable, always home with a person whose anxiety wont be projected onto her. She also needs a home 0that is low-key, with no small children as Harlow needs a home with someone who can recognize and anticipate her behaviours, and when she herself is overwhelmed or doesnt like a certain touch. Because of this, a pre-adoption home visit will be necessary for those interested in her. This visit is intended only to meet all family members and discuss the suitability of Harlow for your home. If she is unsuitable, this will NOT disqualify you from adopting other companion animals from us, and we will suggest more appropriate matches at that time.

Her current foster would love to adopt her but unfortunately the circumstances arent right at the moment. Harlow has had 3 fosters thus far (the first had cats in the house, the second didnt work out due to no fault of Harlows, and this third foster is lovely but kids can get kinda rammy and her foster mum is scared she might get hurt) so her next move absolutely must be her last. She does enjoy cuddles and her voice is unforgettable. Are you the right forever home for her?


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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