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In shelter Cat

Stanstead, QC, J0B 3E0
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Bentley, who is 8 to 12 months old, is a fun and playful cat. He is engaged and curious and happily accepts pets and attention from our volunteers. If you are looking to adopt a curious, friendly and outgoing cat, Bentley is a great choice. 

Picked up as a stray, this sweet young cat was brought to our shelter for safekeeping. Although still quite young, he was disheveled and thin so it would appear he had been out on his own for a while.  After a little rest and relaxation in one of our quiet isolation rooms, he has received a clean bill of health from our vet and he is now enjoying life in our main colony where he gets along nicely with the other cats. He also loves spending time on our screened in "catio."

How or why this little guy ended up on the streets we will likely never know but what matters now is that we find him a safe and loving forever home. 

Bentley, who is relaxed and easy going, was quick to adjust to his daily routine at the shelter so we think hell settle into his new home with ease. 

If you are interested in adopting Bentley, please give our cat adoption coordinator, Linda Peacock, a call at 819-868-2684 or email at:
Please note that visits to the shelter are by appointment only.


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