Wolf & Moose’s Story
These 2 have survived so much at such a young age. They were found outside a warehouse in the freezing cold in the middle of a Quebec winter at only 4 weeks old. How they managed to survive such drastic weather without a mom to protect them we will never know. They were caught and brought into a high-kill shelter and a plea went out to rescue them. They made the long 8hr journey to our rescue in Ontario.
Upon arriving they were petrified of everything and everyone. Hissing, growling, running away at any chance they got. Due to their past outside they developed a severe case of Upper Respiratory. After battling it on strong drugs with round the clock care they survived yet another road block on their way to a better future. Due to being sick and needing hands on care they both seemed to be coming around and accepting human contact but still a little wary.
Moose is the brown boy and Wolfe is the grey guy. They were born around December 1st 2017. They will be neutered, dewormed 4 times, microchipped, and vaccinated 3 times (no Rabies). The adoption fee is $250. They shed less then most cats, only having hair fall out when a mat is brushed out. With their unique looks, paws, and body structure we believe they may have some breed like Norwegian Forest Cat or Siberian Cat mixed in them. They get along great with cats and dogs, but will only do best in a home with adults only.
Moose is such an outgoing guy; always searching for a human hand to rub his face and cuddle him. He loves everyone and everything. He can be a little shy at first but give him a few minutes and he will be all over you soaking in any little bit of attention he can get. He will try everything to sit on your shoulder and cuddle into your face wrapping his paws around your neck. He is constantly purring the second you look at him the motor-boat starts.
Wolfe is more un-trusting of humans; he keeps his distance watching you handle his brother. If you come at him fast he will hiss. If you manage to catch him he will not put up a fight and melts in your hands especially when you rub his cheek. Over the month he has been in foster he has made leaps and bounds of improvements. He now walks over his foster moms legs, will play with her hand and even sit in the bed beside her. With time Wolfe will make the same improvements with his people if given the chance and time to learn to trust you. Wolfe may never come around to be a social cat, he may never trust people like his brother, he may never be that sit on your lap cat, and he may only ever trust his humans. But he deserves as much love and attention (if not more) then any other cat in this world. In no way is he feral, he just doesn't have that trusting instinct in his body and due to this may always be a scardy cat.
Both of these boys go crazy for toys, always running around chasing eachother and any toy that catches their eyes. They are very adventurous and curious and will try many different things to accomplish what they want. Due to how much Wolfe depends on Moose they are being adopted as a pair.
If interested, contact Amber at email@example.com