Sunday, 21 June 2015

Zoya the cat is missing in Côte Saint-Luc

Zoya, a cat who responds the name "Kitten," when called, is missing.

This is an indoor cat from a family on Randall Avenue. They do not know how she got out of the house on Friday night, June 19, but they are naturally frantic. Given the fact she has never been outside before, she is likely very frightened and perhaps hiding under someone's porch in a backyard.

Zoya is a 13 year female, mostly brown with some orange. The SPCA has been advised. Her file number  there is A28178889.

If anyone spots Zoya, please call Judith Obadia 514-887-0035   or email

Thursday, 18 June 2015

A kitten seeking a home

These are two kittens found on Leger Avenue in Côte Saint-Luc.  The smaller one is spoken for,  but not the slightly larger sibling.   She is a female, about five to six months old, and is being vaccinated, de-wormed and spayed by our committee. We will be working towards socializing her. With kittens this does not take too long. If you are interested in adopting this little girl please email

We also have the  equally adorable Francois looking for a home. Cats make the best pets!!! Please spread the word.

Sunday, 14 June 2015

Ashee the cat is looking for a home

This is Ashee.

Ashee is a homeless cat who has been on his own for a while now.  He hangs out in Côte Saint-Luc and is being cared for outside by a wonderful family that unfortunately has two of its members who are allergic to cats.

Ashee is a beautiful male. One of our committee members examined him. He clearly  was in a home in the past, but somehow found himself an orphan. According to the family that feeds him, he has been hanging around their backyard for months.
It appears as if Ashee is about two years old. He is short haired gray and white, has  been castrated, vaccinated and de-wormed. We want to find Ashee  a forever home with someone who knows that taking in a cat is for life.

"He was timid at first,  but  is now very friendly and she can be pet and cuddles with you," says Stephanie, the mom of the family who has fallen in love with this feline. 

Saturday, 6 June 2015

Beautiful cats available for adoption

Tilly (top right) and her babies.
A few weeks ago a beautiful cat was brought in to the Côte Saint-Luc Hospital for Animals to get spayed. Well that was not possible at the time because she was pregnant. She gave birth to four gorgeous kittens and was kept at the vet. The babies have all been adopted and will go to their new homes soon. The mom, who is between one and two years old, is now available as well to become someone`s pet. They have named her Tilly. She will be vaccinated (base vaccine), dewormed and spayed once the kittens are weaned as part of the TNR program. She was treated once with Revolution for the prevention of fleas. The booster vaccine and one for  Rabies would be done one month later at owners cost.  


We also have  François (below), presently being fostered at the home of our committee "angel" Barbara


François is a beautiful two year old male. François is very loving and friendly, neutered and completely tame and loving.  He was adopted by someone and returned because of some concerns about his behavior. We brought him to the vet and discovered that he was suffering from a painful urinary tract infection. That was treated. He is now back to his self again and  will be ready for adoption as of June 14.

Email mcohen@cotesaintluc,org if you are interested. Cats make "the" best pets.