This November is Senior Pet Month at the GTHS. Senior pets have a special place in our hearts here at GTHS and every adoption is cause for a big celebration!
The GTHS currently have five special seniors that are eagerly awaiting their loving homes. Their adoption fee is only $25 with an approved application and it includes their spay/neuter, parasite treatment, vaccines, microchip, a free vet visit and six weeks of free pet insurance!
Please don’t hesitate to visit us to meet these special cats! We are open daily from 12-4pm.
You can also call 705-445-5204 ex 225 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Honey was surrendered by her owner who was moving. Honey is 10 years old and is currently one of our lobby cats, as she is hard at work on a weight loss regimen. Honey likes being pet and loved, when she is not napping in the sun. Honey is good with the other cats and has been patiently waiting for her forever home.
Misty was found at our front door in a carrier with a note. Obviously well loved, Misty would desperately like to find a quiet home with adults to spoil her. This beauty enjoys the company of the other cats, she likes people more, and would happily follow one all the way to her new home.
Butterscotch is a stray from Wasaga Beach who was brought to the GTHS after an extensive door to door search by his rescuer. He was covered in fleas and ear mites, and his dental disease was so severe that he was drooling and having a hard time eating. Butterscotch became part of our Guardian Angels Program reaching out to the community to cover the cost of his dental surgery. Now in tip, top shape Butterscotch is looking to share the love that was so generously given to him.
Simba came to the shelter with Tigger when their owner passed away. Simba is a little reserved, and a little sad at the moment but once this big boy comes around he has lots of love to give. Simba is good with other cats, kids and small dogs. Simba would love to find a home that would take him and his brother Tigger.
Tigger came to the shelter with Simba when their owner passed away. Tiger is EXTREMELY affectionate and excited to find a new home (ideally with Simba if possible). Tigger has a condition called hyperthyroidism for which he receive a small amount of medication. Tigger is declawed so he must be an indoor cat.