Meet Ali. This sweet senior lady is a nine-year-old feline who has recently returned from foster care and is now in search of a new home.
Ali came to the Saskatoon SPCA on Oct. 4, 2018 after she was abandoned by her previous owner at the front door of the shelter.
Ali has a sensitive stomach and will require a raw food diet, but her calm and snuggly nature will still make her a relatively low-maintenance kitty for the right adopter.
Every cat’s or dog’s adoption fee includes the complete spay or neuter surgery, age appropriate vaccinations and deworming, a microchip implant, four weeks of complimentary PetPlan Insurance, and a complimentary health examination at a participating veterinary clinic of your choice.
For more information on pet adoption and to donate, contact the Saskatoon SPCA by calling 306-374-7387, or by visiting www.saskatoonspca.com.
Composed by Jasmine Hanson, communications co-ordinator of the Saskatoon SPCA, which provides safe shelter to an average 4,000 homeless, lost, abandoned, neglected, or abused companion animals in Saskatoon every year.