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Laverne and Shirley   

In shelter Cat

Courtenay, BC, V9N 7T4
Pet name:
Laverne and Shirley
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Gray / Blue / Silver)
Coat length:
Laverne and Shirley are bonded sisters, about two years old.

These girls have good potential to warm up to their special person. Theyll need some extra time to get comfortable with their new adopters. 

The girls have a sweet bond and can often be found together. Shirley is very playful; she loves to throw her toys around. Laverne is a little shyer than Shirley.

Were looking for a quiet home for these girls with patient adopters willing to work with them. Laverne and Shirley would be best in a home either without children or with older children, and without dogs.

Laverne and Shirley have been spayed, vaccinated and have received preventative flea and worm treatments.

If youre interested in Laverne and Shirley or have any questions about them, please send a message to Please be patient; response times vary as we are all volunteers.

CATS has a Foster to Adopt program. This program allows you to take a cat home for a period of time before you finalize the adoption, to determine if you and the cat are a good lifelong match. For more information, see We are open to a longer foster-to-adopt time to ensure the right fit for Laverne and Shirley.


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