Meet Jamie (cat 43)
Meet shy but sweet Jamie!
Jamie came to us from an environment where he was housed with many other animals in quite close quarters and he’s still not quite sure what to do with all his newfound space. As a result, he has been a bit depressed and tends to stick to one place for much of the day, enjoying his time lounging in a soft bed or hiding spot.
While not particularly outgoing, Jamie is a friendly cat if you’re willing to go slow and be quiet. He loves to be petted, especially under the chin, but not if it means he has to leave his favourite napping spot. With patience and time Jamie has begun to trust his new environment and is exploring a bit more; we expect this process may go faster in an adopter’s home if he had an outgoing feline friend to help show him the ropes.
Jamie did have recent dental surgery with a number of extractions, but he has healed perfectly and is back to eating his favourite crunchy food.
If Jamie sounds like the perfect match for you, please fill out an adoption application for the Surrey Branch: https://spca.bc.ca/survey/cat-adoption-application-surrey/
Share This Pet
- Days in care: 71
- Approximate age: 4 years old
- Pet Type: Cat
- Breed: Domestic Short Hair
- Colour: Black / White
- Weight: 5.195 kg
- Sex: Male
- Location: Surrey Education & Adoption Centre, Surrey B.C.
- Animal ID: 550120
- Spay or neuter surgery is included with the adoption of all dogs, cats and rabbits.
- Adoption fees
CompatibilityImportant: The history and compatibility of an animal is not always known. If certain compatibility criteria have been identified, they will be listed here or in the animal's description.
How to stop my kitten from biting and scratching me?
When there’s a new kitten at home, it can be tempting to play with her with your hands – don’t! Your cute kitten will grow into an adult cat who might think biting your hands is a natural, normal thing...
What is animal abuse?
An animal is in distress, according to the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act (PCA Act), if it is: (a) Deprived of adequate food, water, shelter, ventilation, light, space, exercise, care or veterinary...
What kind of shelter is adequate for a dog outside?
Dogs are social animals who like being around people and, in many cases, other dogs. If they live outdoors this often means they live in isolation. Dogs left outdoors must have an outdoor kennel that is weather and...
How do I update my pet’s identification (ID)?
Is your pet’s microchip, tattoo or license registered with the BC Pet Registry? Updates can be made at any time. Registered users can also add additional forms of identification (ID) to their pet...
Do I need to take my new pet to the vet?
Yes, with a new pet it’s always a good idea to take them to a veterinarian to make sure your new friend is healthy. You can also get all your questions answered about vaccines or health concerns. Call your vet...
What are the Five Freedoms?
The BC SPCA believes that all animals should enjoy, as a minimum, five essential freedoms, which were first described by the Farm Animal Welfare Council of the UK: Freedom from hunger and thirst Freedom from pain,...
How do I know if an animal is available or if it has...
To view all available adoptable animals, please see our adoptable animal listings. When an animal is adopted, it will be removed from the listing (within 4 hours of adoption). Please note, even though this website is...
I found a baby animal, what should I do?
If you have found a baby wild animal, call our Provincial Call Centre at 1-855-622-7722 for advice. They can advise you on how to return the baby safely, or how to tell when they need help. You can also read more...