Fiona needs a VERY special home to thrive in. She needs an adult-only, one person household that is cat savvy and understands cat body language and behavior. Ideally, a home with a catio, as she is used to having the freedom to go in and out of an enclosed area as she pleases. Fiona takes her time warming up to new people, but once she loves you, she LOVES you and your affection! She has had a difficult time adjusting to life in shelter, but everyday she gets better. A few of her favourite things include catnip, catios, cat perches and cheese. She needs a person who will understand she will need time and space to decompress and get used to her new environment. She loves feather toys, fresh water, and looking out the window from on top of her cat post. She is a very intuitive lady and prefers calm, female energy. This girl does NOT share space well with other animals. Fiona does best with a consistent and stable routine, without too much change on the daily. We have so much confidence that with the right person who has experience dealing with cats that can lash out, we are sure she will make an amazing companion!
Please follow below instructions to apply for Fiona
***We’ve made changes to our adoption process. To adopt:
1. View Fiona’s profile: spca.bc.ca
2. Submit an application: spca.bc.ca/adoption/application-forms/
3. If it’s a match, staff will contact you to set-up an appointment to come in for a visit or virtual meet & greet!
4. Live happily furever after
***We often receive many applications for an available animal. We do our best to respond, although are not always able to respond to all applicants. We will reach out to the approved adopter.***
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- No Other Animals
- No Small Children
- Not Good With Strangers
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