Peko is in need of a home.

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Peko has been in foster care for a while now.  She has really started to trust her foster care provider and doesn’t run and hide in her kennel.  Peko loves her toys, really loves to talk and be petted and brushed.  So far she is still staying on the top level of the big open cage, but she is happy every time she gets a visitor.  Big progress for a kitty who spent  years outside on her own.  She really deserves a special home – she will be a totally devoted cat for someone who loves affectionate cats.  Sge doesn’t have a mean bone in her body.

Peko is spayed, fel/felv negative and is spayed.  It is estimated she is @ 5 years old.  Peko is a petite kitty.  Originally she was supposed to have been returned after recovering from her spay .. we don’t seem to be great at the return part of the TNR (trap neuter and release).  We have been successful in rehabilitating older cats with time and patience.

PLEASE consider offering Peko a home, email us at centralpaws@yahoo.ca for more information.

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Blaze – Adopted

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Blaze has finally settled into his new home and no longer wants to go outside.

Blaze is a handsome fella who was found in February in Springdale. Blaze’s rescuer contacted us hoping we could help. So we had him feline leukemia tested and fiv tested, dewormed and neutered. Blaze’s rescuer hung on to him hoping we could find him a home. No such luck. Some time late June he snuck out of the house. It took a while to find him but once he was in he came as he had to be retested again and dewormed. Now he’s in a safer foster home.

Blaze has been basically on his own for a long time but he’s so sweet. He was being fed by a lot of kind people, but no one seems to want to give him a forever home. He needs a furever home.

If you are interested in adopting Blaze please email us at centralpaws@yahoo.ca

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Birdie – FINALLY I HAVE A FAMILY

 

Sweet Birdie finally has a furever home with one of her foster families.  Birdie has been in foster care for quite a while, she was a little harder to place as she is very scared in new environments and terrified of dogs.  Birdie has formed a wonderful loving bond was a senior cat who lost her lifetime pal before Christmas and is helping her overcome her separation anxiety and teaching her to play again.  She’s also bonded with Max and even with cranky old Puss.  Her foster family felt it just wouldn’t be fair to keep on looking for a new home for her and they just couldn’t part with her.   All the funds used to cover any cost associated with Birdie’s vet care and foster care will be paid back in full by her adopted people and thereby help others in need.

CENTRAL PAWS’  BIGGEST ISSUE IS FINDING FOSTER HOME PROVIDERS.  Please if you can foster, we really need to hear from you.  IF YOU CAN’T FOSTER, please donate so we can have the funds to be able to say YES we can help when asked.

BIRDIE is a blue eye’d beauty who loves to play.  Contrary to our first information, Birdie does not like dogs.  We will try her later on with strange cats.   Birdie loves playing.

Birdie has been Feline Leukmeia tested (negative), been vaccinated again some forms of the cat flu, been dewormed, being treated for earmites and is fixed and declawed.

Birdie is good with children who enjoying playing with her.

Thanks to everyone who have been helping cover the cost for Birdie, Tigger and Momma.

THE MORE YOU DONATE THE MORE WE CAN HELP.

We can’t do it alone without money and foster homes.  We need you to step up and pitch in.  Please contact us at c.p.humanesociety@nl.rogers.com

This little one needs your help and she also needs a loving home.  Please contact us at c.p.humanesociety@nl.rogers.com