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Saki – Adopted July 2023!


SAKI Breed: Domestic Shorthair Gender: Female Age: Approx. 1 year old Size: Small

Energy Level: Increasing now that I am no longer a full time mom to newborns! Litter trained? Yes! Kids? Yes, with proper socialisation, supervision and seperation Cats? Yes, with proper socialisation, supervision and seperation Dogs? Unknown, possibly with proper socialisation, supervision and seperation Medical Needs: recovering from my upcoming spay surgery and dental checkup, then yearly vet visits

About Me:

Hi I’m Saki! I’ve been at WAG for over 6 weeks now, after giving birth to my 3 babies who are now starting to be weaned before they will be looking for their forever homes too. I am a young mom who can’t wait to have my turn to be a kitten myself, with someone else looking after me for a change! I’ve been super busy with my kids, but have enjoyed my time with the staff and volunteers who have supported me throughout my extended stay at the shelter. Everyone around here is so excited that it is finally my turn to find my own family, to love me and keep me safe forever and ever. I am SO SWEET and affectionate – I adore company, pets and will purr non stop to let you know how content I am. I’ve started showing my more playful side but also tend to enjoy spending my time relaxing in comfy beds or sitting by the window observing all the goings on. I have had my first vet checkup and started my first found of core vaccines, not forgetting that I also have my spay coming up to make sure I have no more litters in my future….

I just can’t wait to find my people! I have been told I am very special girl and whoever adds me to their family will have totally lucked out! If you think we could be a match made in heaven, please scroll down and fill out an adoption application today.

– will be ready for a 15+ year commitment!

– have lots of patience while I transition into my new home with my new family

– will provide lots of enrichment, scratching towers, toys, catio etc.

– will keep my health in mind and take me into the vet for yearly checkups

– will understand that I am still developing and my personality may change over time!

– will keep me safe and happy, forever APPLY FOR SAKI!

My Story:

WAG can often have litters born in shelter, or in this case, being born on route to WAG! Thank you to the concerned community member who found me outdoors in labour and called WAG to help. WAG was able to provide a safe, warm space inside for me to finish giving birth to my three healthy kittens with access to lots of food and anything else I needed. I have been to the vet for my first checkup and vaccine, and look forward to this being my last litter as I will be spayed in the near future.

Litter’s are adorable, but they take a lot of time and resources, if you are not in a position to adopt please consider donating to WAG’s Critical Care Program, or Spay and Neuter Program, both of which help unwanted litters in the Sea to Sky corridor. DONATE TO WAG! Notice: JavaScript is required for this content.


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