Felix is a handsome young cat looking for his purr-fect match! He’s a friendly guy once given time to adjust in his new home. He’s curious and playful, and will certainly enjoy having toys and scratching posts to play with. He was actually adopted already but recently returned because he was being quite aggressive to the other animals in the home. It turns out Felix definitely needs to be the only pet for a happy home. We’re not sure if he’s ever been around children and because he can sometimes be a little bit nervous at first we would recommend no really small children, but older, cat savvy kids may be fine. This charming little house panther can’t wait to find his new family. Could it be you?
An adoption counseling session with our Adoption Staff is necessary before adopting any animal.
Please note due to the current COVID-19 pandemic our adoption process has changed. Please visit our website https://spca.bc.ca/adoption/how-to-adopt/ for more information. All adoptions are by appointment only once we have received an application.
***Due to the high number of applications we receive for our animals, we will only be contacting potential adopters to further review their application. We are not able to call all applicants.***
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