"Perry" came to us on July 26, 2018 from a local shelter who had no place to house an FeLV-positive cat. As Beadle and Charity (see above) are always up for company, Perry was immediately welcomed!
Perry was born about June 14, 2017 and is a beautiful little boy. He had been hanging around and was being fed since last winter and had finally agreed to come inside. He had already been neutered, so had belonged to someone prior to his arrival. His vaccines were begun and he was tested for FIV (negative results) and FeLV (positive results). Since he tested positive, he must be kept segregated from other FeLV-negative cats to ensure it is not transmitted. Other than having an infected toe which is being treated and will soon be fine, Perry is perfectly healthy. He is a beautiful boy who showed trust and affection to us immediately without hesitation. He would love to live in a home either by himself or with another FeLV-Positve cat. Please read about FeLV below.
I'm interested. How do I meet Perry?
Submit a Pre-Adoption Application. You can get one by clicking the link below or drop in at DunRoamin' to fill out one in person. Please check out our Adoption Contract also to see what we ask of our adopters. (We'll ask you to fill that out once you have been approved and have chosen that perfect new family member.) You can get it to us in one of the following three ways:
a. e-mail the Pre-Adoption application to email@example.com;
b. mail the application to DunRoamin' Stray and Rescue, P.O. Box 574, Florenceville-Bristol, NB, E7L 1Y8; or
c. drop the completed form at DunRoamin' Stray and Rescue, 55 Allison Road, Riverbank, NB. We're in the basement of the Florenceville Veterinary Clinic - just park on the left side of the building and go in the white basement door on the left. We're open from 9 am - 5 pm Monday to Saturday.
Our adoption fee is $135 for cats and $145 for kittens. This includes their spay or neuter, vaccinations for the first year they are with us, testing for Feline Leukemia, Testing for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus and parasite control.
*** Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) is found in cats worldwide. It may be spread by saliva, nasal secretions, urine, feces and milk from infected cats. Cat-to-cat transfer of the virus may occur from a bite wound, during mutual grooming and (though rarely) through the shared use of litter boxes and feeding dishes. Transfer may also take place from an infected mother cat to her kittens, either before they are born or while they are nursing.