Meet Baby Bear
Rescued from a hoarding environment with a large number of cats and kittens Baby Bear is looking for his chance at a real family. Baby Bear is playful, loves to climb and is very brave (he found a way to climb all the way to the top of the cupboards). He initially may be nervous and hide from new people and noises but warms up quickly and his curious and friendly nature wins out. Anytime is a good time for playtime and he goes wild for any wand toys. He has a loud purr when petted, will greet his people with sweet little meows and will stop his playing for a moment for some brief snuggles but then it’s back to playing, climbing and chasing. He is great with being handled. Baby Bear will keep his family on their toes with his boundless energy and his equally big heart!
Adopting a kitten is a lifetime commitment which will bring a lot of love into your life. Kittens need lots of enrichment with a variety of toys, scratching posts, and lots of playtime. They also need a lot of attention and cuddles. As they grow, it will be important to keep up with regular vet care – vaccines, deworming, etc.
If you’re ready for all this cuteness, fill out an adoption application and submit it online today: https://spca.bc.ca/survey/cat-adoption-application-kamloops/
An adoption counselling session with our Adoption Staff is necessary before adopting any animal.
Please note: due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our adoption process has changed. Please visit https://spca.bc.ca/adoption/how-to-adopt/ for more information. All adoptions are by appointment only once we have received and approved 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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- Days in care: 48
- Approximate age: 6 months old
- Pet Type: Cat
- Breed: Domestic Medium Hair
- Colour: Black
- Weight: 2.32 kg
- Sex: Male
- Location: Kamloops & District Branch, Kamloops B.C.
- Animal ID: 553534
- Bonded With:
- 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.
- OK With Cats
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