Meet Frank! If you want a dog but don’t want all the work involved with a dog he is the cat for you! Frank is one of the most loveable cats anyone will ever meet! He soaks up any attention he can get purring non-stop. Frank has tested positive for FIV & Feline Leukemia. This, however, does not mean that he cannot live a happy life. Frank was scheduled to be euthanized but Dr Cheung wanted to give this sweet boy a chance. He is doing well right now which is why we are hoping he can spend whatever time he has left with a special family with no other cats who will spoil him! Call the hospital if you can give this loveable guy a chance! 519-660-0300
Marcel was surrendered to Central Cat Hospital because he had a dislocated hip that needed medical intervention. Dr Cheung repaired his hip and cleaned his teeth and updated his vaccines. Marcel stayed at the clinic for years before we found him a wonderful foster home. His foster mom Ruth, had friends who fell in love with Marcel and now he is purrfectly content with his mom and dad in his very own home!
Ashes is a sweet 6 year old female spayed Domestic Shorthair. Ashes has experienced some severe trauma in her past but she has fully recovered with her funny personality intact.
Dave is a lovable 4 year old male, neutered, Domestic Mediumhair sweetie pie! He was constantly climbing into patient carriers in the waiting room until he found his FURever home.
Riddick is 21 months old, DSH M/N. An incredibly playful, affectionate, and energetic feline! He had been in foster care at CCH since June 2014 but was quickly snatched up!
Jewel and Small Fry ->
When the owner requested euthanasia for these girls, Dr. Cheung stepped in and offered to house them and try to find them a new home. We’re proud to say that home has been found!
This is Francis! He was a stray that one of our staff found roaming outside. He is a neutered male, black, longhaired and around 5 years of age – lots of life ahead of him. Update: Francis has found his furever home with one of our dedicated volunteers !
Harriet first came to us in April of 2016. She was not doing well in her home environment, so Dr. Cheung made arrangements to re-home this sweet girl. First, she had some wellness testing done, dental work, and we got her vaccines up to date. In July, one of our clients saw her in the clinic and immediately made a connection! Harriet went to her new forever home within a couple of days and settled in very well. She’s currently living out her happily ever after !