Adopted July 3, 2013
Age: 1 year
Breed: Domestic Medium Hair; Brown Tabby with White
Other vet care: Anti parisitic medicine
Temperament: Laid back and affectionate
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This incredible sweet fellow found himself homeless this past winter and dumped on a farm outside Regina. Thankfully the farm where he was dumped have several feral cats that they house and provide food and water for and were only too willing to provide for Mr Bean. It didn't take long for them to realize that he was a loving and tame fellow who was not cut out for farm living. Unable to keep him as an indoor only cat, they contacted PFA and asked for help getting Mr Bean a family that would never abandon him again.
Mr Bean has quickly adjusted to life indoors again and has the laid back personality that has won the heart of every person he's meet, including the staff at the vet clinic. Mr Bean has a very unusual tail (pictured below) and wanting to make sure he was not in pain, Mr Bean was seen by a vet. Unable to determine if the tail had been broken as a kitten or the odd shape was genetically caused, it doesn't cause Mr Bean any pain and it's a real conversation starter.
This amazing fellow has made friends with the other cats in his foster home and is so happy to be indoors again that all he wants to do is hang out with his foster mom and soak up every bit of attention he can get.
If you are interested in Mr Bean,click here to view our adoption contract and click here to complete an adoption application or email PFA adoption coordinator Alanna at email@example.com for more info.
Please note; in the event there are multiple inquiries for a cat or kitten, People For Animals will select the best suited home in the interest of a successful adoption, and that sterilization at the age of 6 months is a condition of adopting kittens through People for Animals.
Adoption fee: $100
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