Adoption Hero


This senior cat may have a few more years under her belt, but that only adds to her charm and grace.

Bunny has faced some challenges in her senior years, as she battles a condition called Spondylosis. Spondylosis is a degenerative condition that affects the spine, resulting in the formation of bony bridges between the vertebrae. While it may cause some discomfort, Bunny doesn't let it define her.

She appreciates her personal space but has a soft spot for human companionship - especially if you're willing to give her face pets. In her foster home, it took Bunny a few days to open up, but once she did a blossoming personality emerged that charms everyone around her.

Bunny enjoys the quiet moments, basking in the sunbeam that peeks through the window or finding a cozy spot for an afternoon catnap. She may move a bit slower due to her condition, but her affectionate purrs and gentle headbutts show that age hasn't dimmed her loving nature.

Bunny's ideal home would be a tranquil space where she can enjoy her moments of solitude but also relish in the company of compassionate humans. She loves being wherever her people are, even if it's just at a arms length away.

If you're ready to open your heart to a wise and loving companion, Bunny is patiently waiting to move into her forever home. To get the adoption process and started and discover the joy of welcoming a senior cat into your life, visit us at 11 River Street.
Animal ID: 2000058760
Species: Cat
Breed: Domestic Longhair,Mix
Age: 14 Years 7 Months
Sex: Female
Size: M
Colour: White / Grey
Spayed/Neutered: Yes
Declawed: No
Site: Toronto Humane Society
Location: Fosters
Intake Date: 29/11/2023
On Hold: No
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