Sunday, March 7, 2010
Take Me Home: March 7, 2010
I took some new photos at Mohill, yesterday. Walking into one of the cat rooms, I felt as if I'd entered black cat heaven -- six or seven lovely, black cats immediately surrounded me, looking for attention. What a bonanza! If you're considering adopting a new pet, please think about one (or two) or the many adult black cats that are available. Unfortunately, these dark-furred felines are the last to find a home. I have no idea why, but I can assure you that black fur is not any more of a hassle than any other colour. And my own black cat, Meeko, hasn't brought us anything but the very best of luck.
These are just a few of the fifteen sleek, black models available. Because there are so many, most have collars with their names printed. Why not visit, and introduce yourself to: Artemis, Salem, Zilda, Preston, Nathan, Nathaniel, Elizabeth, Emerald, Rosalee, Pagan, Austin, Karina, Taylor, Nikademus, and Rosie. They range in age from nine months to seven years.
Bear, a seven-month old silver-marten rabbit, has a beautiful black and tan coat. He's looking for a home where he can run around (or is that hop around?), and have fun. ADOPTED
Sago is just under five years old, and is looking for a home without children. She's friendly and fun-loving, but needs a family with the patience to teach her the finer points of dog etiquette.
The centre (Mohill) is located at 16586 Woodbine Avenue, just south of Mulock/Vivian Sideroad. Their adoption hours are:
Monday to Wednesday & Saturday:
12 - 6 p.m.
Thursday & Friday: 12 - 7 p.m.
Sunday: 12 - 5 p.m.
For more information on these and the many other pets available, go to the OSPCA York Region Website.