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We have numerous cats in our care with special needs for prescription food and/or medical requirements. For only $25 a month (less than a dollar a day) your sponsorship will ensure that all of your sponsored cat's needs are met. Your name will be placed in a position of honour in our Reception Room under the photo of your sponsored cat thanking you for your support.

As well as sponsoring a stray with individual needs, you may also sponsor a healthy cat dear to your heart who has no specific medical requirements but would appreciate your contribution toward the daily care such as food, litter, toys, etc. Please indicate which cat you would like to sponsor. Sponsors may be individuals, families, friends or workplace groups.

Payments may be made monthly through Canada Helps, e-transfers (Question: What is this for? Response: Rescue) or post-dated cheques mailed to DunRoamin' Stray & Rescue, 55 Allison Road, Riverbank, Carleton County, NB, E7L 4J1 or dropped off to DunRoamin' at 55 Allison Road, Riverbank, NB (. Please make sure you provide your complete mailing address for income tax purposes and your e-mail address so that we may keep you up to date on the status of your sponsored friend. If you have any questions, please e-mail us at inquiries@dunroaminstrayandrescue.com or treasurer@dunroaminstrayandrescue.com.

On behalf of all our sponsored cats and all others who come through our doors, we'd like to thank everyone who supports our strays.  It is only through your kindness and generosity that we are able to help these little ones.  Sincerely - "Thank you."

Atlas
Sponsored by:

Sandy Klein
Florenceville, NB

Ashley Dingee
Florenceville, NB

"Atlas" came to DunRoamin' on November 27, 2019 from Beechwood. He was born about November 27, 2015. Atlas had been urinating inappropriately for several months and his family could no longer keep him, so he came to us for help.

Atlas is a very nice boy who was immediately assessed by his new vet friend. Among other things, he had enlarged lymph nodes and inflammation and has since been diagnosed with irritable bowel disorder (IBD). He has the very best of care at the Florenceville Veterinary Clinic. Atlas had some issues trying to put on weight but he's now maintaining his weight and may even decide to put on a few ounces! He is fully vaccinated and tested negative for FIV/FeLV. Atlas is currently prescription food and medication for his IBD.

Atlas is very friendly, loving and affectionate and he is very grateful for the care of his new vet friend who checks in on him frequently. His greatest wish is for a home where he can be spoiled, even if he has to take a little medication daily - it's well worth it, and so is he!!

REQUIREMENTS:  medications, prescription food for life, vaccines

Samuel

Sponsored by:

Debbie Robinson
Lakeville, NB

Kathy and Peter Evans
St Almo, NB

Ashley Greening & Clooney
Fort St James, BC

Samuel has been with us since 2013. He was skinny and lethargic when he came in and was soon diagnosed with epilepsy. His family was unable to undertake his care. Sam requires medication three twice daily. He is about 15 years old and is our "Walmart Greeter." He'll be the first to welcome you when you come to our reception area!

Your sponsorship will provide Samuel with his daily medication. Sam is extremely friendly and his gratitude is evident - just look in those eyes! Sam provides our Facebook article to keep everyone up to date on the comings and goings at DunRoamin', as well as any other news. He's quite witty!

REQUIREMENTS:  Daily anti-seizure medications for life

Lucia
Sponsored by:

Anonymous Benefactor

Derp's Family
New Maryland, NB

"Lucia" came to us on November 16, 2021 from Teed's Mill where she had been a stray who was hanging around a home.  She was live trapped in order to ensure she was healthy, spayed and might live with her rescuers.  She tested positive for FeLV (Feline Leukemia) so her rescuers were unwilling to keep her with their cats as FeLV may potentially be spread to other cats.  FeLV+ cats are able to live together with other FeLV+ cats since they already have FeLV and there is no risk to humans, other pets or other already-positive FeLV cats.

Lucia currently lives with her friend Scrabble (see below) who is also FeLV+.  We hope that they might be adopted together to a home so that they may live together happily ever after.

REQUIREMENTS:  Food and annual vaccines until adopted.

**  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.  Although there has long been a stigma associated with this virus, these cats can live long and happy lives as only cats or with other cats who have FeLV.

To learn more about the Feline Leukemia Virus,
please click on this link or consult your veterinarian.

Scrabble
Sponsored by:

Bria West
Florenceville-Bristol, NB

Meredith Culberson
Geary, NB

"Scrabble" came to us on September 23, 2021 from Florenceville-Bristol where she was a stray who had been hanging around outside a home.  She was taken in, but was peeing outside the box and apparently did not get along with their dog.  Scrabble was born about September 23, 2015 and is a sweet little girl.

Scrabble is doing well with us and shows no litter box problems. She does experience constipation so is on two stool softeners taken daily. She may not be the best cat for a family with young children as she can sometimes be a bit "cranky," but she is generally a loving and playful cat.  Scrabble tested positive for FeLV (Feline Leukemia) so she will be kept segregated from other cats as this disease can potentially be spread by such things as mutual grooming, shared litter boxes or feeding dishes, etc.  There is no danger to other pets or humans.  Please read up on this by clicking the links or speaking with your veterinarian.

Scrabble currently lives with her friend, Lucia (see above) who is also FeLV+.  We hope that they might go to a home together so they will always have each other for company and play.

REQUIREMENTS:  Stool softening medication.

**  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.  Although there has long been a stigma associated with this virus, these cats can live long and happy lives as only cats or with other cats who have FeLV.

To learn more about the Feline Leukemia Virus,
please click on this link or consult your veterinarian.

Goochi

Sponsored by:

Janice McIntosh
Woodstock, NB

Penny McCain
Florenceville, NB

On January 28, 2011, "Goochi," just 10 weeks old, came to DunRoamin' from the Bristol area where she was one of three kittens who were feral, cold, hungry and very scared.  They had a terrible amount of parasites, including fleas, ear mites and worms.  All these troubles were quickly addressed.  She was born about December 7, 2010.

Goochi was rescued by a senior citizen who had seen her, her mother and two sisters in the snow outside her apartment.   The temperatures had been below -25*C and when you add in the wind chill, few creatures, if any, could survive outdoors for long in that kind of cold.

Even with the terribly cold temperatures, when the lady saw them in her back yard, she left her patio door open so they could come in where it was warm and have the benefit of plenty of food. Even as feral as they were, they recognized compassion and came slowly inside. When the senior citizen would get up to close the door, they'd run back outside. She finally was able to close the door behind them and they came to us for help. For many years Goochi was uncomfortable being around humans. Eventually, she learned to trust us and now she is fostered with a young lady where she enjoys all of the companionship and cuddles she wants! Being a senior cat, Goochi experiences some arthritis and stiffness when walking; she takes daily medication to help with her mobility.

REQUIREMENTS:  Daily arthritis medication for life, lots of love and understanding.

Strauss

Sponsored by:

Bliss and Valerie Burgoyne
North View, NB

"Strauss" came to DunRoamin' on October 28, 2014 from the Brookville area where she was one of several cats who had taken refuge in a shed.  Kind neighbours had very generously taken on the task of their care and were diligent enough to notice a lump on her belly.  Strauss was diagnosed with an umbilical hernia which was quickly repaired when she was accepted as a DunRoamin' ward. Strauss was born about May 1, 2014.

Strauss has become a very affectionate and trusting little girl.  As of January 21, 2015, she is fostered with a family in Bristol.  It is most probably a very unique experience for her!  She must eat a diet of Royal Canin Urinary S/O food to ensure that she does not develop crystals in her urine which can cause her much harm.  Under her current care and in her wonderful foster home, she's perfectly healthy and happy and is grateful for her new life.

REQUIREMENTS:  prescription food for life (Royal Canin Urinary S/O)

Abel

Sponsored by:

Eden Rogers
Aroostook, NB

Dave Walker
Oromocto, NB

"Abel" came back to us on April 20, 2018 from Woodstock where he had been adopted in December 2015.  He had originally come to us from Lakeville in 2012 where he was one of several cats who were hanging around a home but had no one to care for him.  He, his brother Abner and sister Avis came to us all at the same time.  Abner and Avis have both been adopted.

Abel is a sweet little boy who was originally very timid and needed his brother Abner to feel safe, but he's now very confident, secure and happy on his own.  Abel is eating a diet of Royal Canin Urinary S/O food to make sure that he is healthy as he has a tendency to form crystals in his urine which may block his ureter if he eats other foods.  We have had dozens of cats who have been placed on this diet and it works extremely well - no problems at all, as long as they eat this diet.

Abel is currently in a foster home where he will be loved, cuddled and doted upon until he is chosen for a permanent home - he can't wait!  He was born about April 1, 2012.

REQUIREMENTS:  prescription food for life (Royal Canin Urinary S/O)

Razor

Sponsored by:

Ashley & Tyler Green
Grand Falls, NB

Mike & Pat Cabatu
New Maryland, NB

"Razor" came back to us on February 4, 2016 when, due to changing family circumstances, they were unable to keep him.  He had originally come from Woodstock on June 20, 2014 where he had arrived as a stray at a home where a young couple spent much time helping stray cats in their area.  They recognized his need for medical assistance and made certain he received it.  He had an aural hematoma on his right ear and had injuries around his head and neck.  He was subsequently adopted to a home in Hartland, but due to family considerations, he was returned to us.  He was born some time in 2006.

Razor had some wounds which were diagnosed as the result of Feline Cutaneous Asthenia, a hereditary condition in which the skin does not contain enough collagen and therefore has less elasticity than normal.  This can cause damage to the skin if it is stretched and torn.  Razor is currently on medication to help combat this, but this disease is incurable.  He will stay in a foster home and be loved, cuddled and spoiled as long as possible.  He is a very sweet little boy who loves people, cats, dogs and everything in between.

Razor must wear an Elizabethan cone to ensure he does not further injure his ear by scratching.  He has undergone surgery on his ear and also had surgery on his eyes due to entropion - a condition in which the eyelids turn inward and the eyelashes scratch the eyeball.  His surgery was a resounding success and he's doing very well.  Despite all his challenges, he is an amazingly sweet and loving little boy.

REQUIREMENTS:  daily medication for life, Soft Paws for itchiness

Quarry

Sponsored by:

Laureen Robichaud
Miramichi, NB
(in memory of
Booboo Kitty and Molly)

Debi O'Leary
Woodstock, NB

"Quarry" came to us on July 28, 2018 from Newbridge where she was found on the side of the road, possibly having been struck by a vehicle.  She had cuts and scratches on her face and fluids in her abdomen.  She has received all required medical care and is doing much better as of a month later.  She has been spayed and is up to date on her caccinations.

Quarry is timid and will require a very quiet home.  She will most probably not be an extremely affectionate cat but would appreciate a safe, warm and loving place to live.  She has been diagnosed with a condition called "pillow foot" which is an inflammation or swelling in the pads of her feet.  It is not a contagious condition, but it can reoccur or "flare up."  For this reason Quarry must be an indoor cat ONLY to ensure she does not injure her feet and allow the pillow foot to flare.  A mild form is not necessarily uncomfortable but should she be out on her own and the pad swells, splits open or develops ulcers or sores, she would require treatment.  Quarry would like to have a quiet, loving home where she can be cared for to ensure her feet will not flare up again.

REQUIREMENTS:  Food, vaccines, love and patience

Langford

Sponsored by:

Sam & Bubbles McCormick
Woodstock, NB

Claire & Cole Polchies
Hartland, NB

Shelby Shaw
Saint John, NB

"Langford" came to DunRoamin' on March 8, 2019 from Woodstock where he had been a stray who had been hanging around for about six months and was being fed and sheltered during the recent cold winter months. The day before he had appeared with a large bleeding wound on the left side of his neck. Langford was born about March 8, 2017, so had apparently been surviving on his own for a while.

Langford was delivered immediately to his newest vet friend for the medical intervention he required. It was learned that Langford had sustained a previous wound on his neck which had abscessed and burst. Langford was prescribed antibiotics and other required medical care, which he quickly received. Langford was covered with numerous old fight wounds, indicating that he's had a rough life to date, but all that changed today. He is very loving and affectionate and is grateful for the warm bed and plentiful food. He's a social eater who prefers to have company when he eats, so when someone is with him, he eats up a storm of that ever-present banquet! He's hoping that someone will give him a loving home. Langford tested positive for FIV. Please read about FIV and FeLV here.

REQUIREMENTS:  food, vaccines, medication for itchiness for life, love and care until he finds a home

** FIV is contagious to other cats through blood and saliva.  It is reasonably difficult to spread, however, and now believed to be mostly spread through deep bite wounds.  Obviously it would be ideal if FIV-positive cats only lived with other FIV-positive cats, but currently some of the large rescue centers in the US have been studying multi-cat households with FIV-positive cats living with FIV-negative cats and have found the risk to the non-FIV cats to be very small, assuming that the cats are all spayed/neutered and used to living in groups (ie:  not as likely to fight).  We currently have FIV+ cats living with FIV- cats in foster homes and have experienced no difficulty whatsoever.

Please read about FIV here.

Trez

Sponsored by:

Pam Murphy
Wicklow, NB
(in memory of Annie)

Jan Chisholm
Fredericton, NB

Diana & Reg Wasson
Florenceville-Bristol, NB

"Trez" returned to us on December 27, 2019.  He originally came to us on July 13, 2018 from Riverbank, NB where he had been abandoned in a kennel outside the door of the Florenceville Veterinary Clinic.  He had very long nails, ear mites, was not neutered and was terrified.  All these problems were addressed and he quickly became a cuddle cat once he realized he was safe and among friends. 

Trez was adopted on December 15, 2018 to a home in Hartland, but it was reported that he was not happy in that home, so he returned to us.  He developed a bit of an upper respiratory infection (cold) which was treated.  He has recently experienced some diarrhea and is working on getting it all under control.  He hopes for a chance at another home very soon.  He is friendly, loving and affectionate.  Please come meet him.

REQUIREMENTS:  prescription food, vaccines, ongoing medications

Frazzle

Sponsored by:

Eastwood Play & Learn Daycare
Woodstock, NB

Kathy & Peter Evans
St Almo, NB

"Frazzle" came to us from Waterville on the morning of May 13, 2019 where she had been found on a porch at 8 am.  Frazzle could barely move.  She was brought for help and was immediately taken to the Florenceville Veterinary Clinic for examination and assistance.  Frazzle was not in good shape.  She was born about May 13, 2017, but weighed only three pounds.

Frazzle was dehydrated, very pale, had halitosis, was emaciated, lethargic, had burdocks matted in her fur and had a purulent discharge coming from her eyes.  A thermometer revealed that her body temperature was also several degrees below normal.  She was very cold.

Frazzle was warmed up, given intravenous fluids, medications and several tests were conducted to determine if her kidneys and other organs were working properly.  Frazzle was so exhausted and weak that, in the next few hours and days, she could barely hold her head up when trying to eat warm food.

On May 14, 2019, Frazzle received a blood transfusion from a generous feline donor which has begun to make a world of difference for her.  Thanks, Biggie, you saved her life!  Frazzle used the litter box for the first time on May 15 and appears to have the tiniest bit of energy - that's a WONDERFUL sign!

On May 31, 2019, we learned that Frazzle is improving nicely and is comfortable, happy, purring and content with her huge staff of human servants who wait on her hand and foot, day and night and she will be treated like a queen while under the medical care of the Florenceville Veterinary Clinic.  Her food must be put through a blender and she is fed through a tube until she is able to eat on her own.  Soon!

She (and we) would like to thank the Florencevile Veterinary Clinic for their kind and hard work to ensure this little one has a chance at the life she deserves.  She is feeling so much better and shows her gratitude to her vet tech foster mom daily.

REQUIREMENTS:  prescription food, medication, vaccines when healthy enough, FIV/FeLV tests

Hatfield

Sponsored by:

Debi O'Leary
Woodstock, NB

Bella MacDonald
Florenceville-Bristol, NB

 

"Hatfield" came to us on February 4, 2019 from the NB SPCA. He was born about February 4, 2017. Because Hatfield came from a location where Feline Leukemia had been found in other cats, he was segregated and retested on March 18, 2019, at which time it was confirmed that he did not have Feline Leukemia and is perfectly healthy.

Hatfield was a bit timid, but he's learning that he's safe and sound and that he has many servants who will ensure he has everything he'll need! He just needs a little more time to come around, and he's doing very well. He has some itchiness on his legs and belly which require medication but he is doing very well.

REQUIREMENTS:  medication, vaccines, food and love!

Waif

Sponsored by:

Beth Morrison
Fredericton, NB

Kerstin Drost
Halmesville, NB

Derp's Family
New Maryland, NB

"Waif" returned to DunRoamin' on January 29, 2021 from Woodstock where she had been adopted about three years previously.  Waif had become ill and was not doing well, so she returned to her original vet to be treated.  Waif had a temperature and did not want to eat.

She was prescribed medication and required a feeding tube inserted until she feels well enough to eat on her own, which we hope will be very soon.  Waif was born about January 3, 2017 and is a very nice, friendly, affectionate little girl.  We'll keep you up to date on her progress.  We'd like to thank her vet tech foster mother for taking such good care of her.  She's in the best of hands.

REQUIREMENTS:   medication, food, vet care

Harold

 

Sponsored by:

Jan Chisholm
Fredericton, NB
          in memory of Jake

 

 

 

Julie Smith
Keswick Ridge, NB

Pat, Mike & Aria Cabatu
New Maryland, NB

"Harold" came to DunRoamin' on March 13, 2020, from Perth-Andover, NB where he had been living under an apartment building and eating garbage. No one could help him, so he came to us.

Harold was born about March 13, 2015. He was very much underweight, had marked stomatitis (infected teeth) which meant he needed all his teeth removed, and had hair loss on his back end. His ears show some "character" as well. This little boy needed help. He was already neutered upon arrival and he has tested negative for both FIV and FeLV. He is currently daily medication to help control diarrhea.

Harold very quickly has made himself a favourite. He is affectionate, loving and will turn himself inside out for a cuddle - he's very grateful to be warm, safe, have good and frequent food and have loving caregivers. He's healthy again and he'd love to be an indoor cat so he can live safely and have his own family to love. As you can see by his face, he LOVES chin rubs - he's missed out on so many, but that changes today!!

Harold has undergone dental surgery and will receive full vaccines, lots of nutritious food and parasite control.   He is very choosy about what he eats and is not gaining weight as he should, but his caregivers are on that!  We hope he'll be fine soon.

REQUIREMENTS:  prescription food, medication, vaccinations, parasite control

Chip

Sponsored by:

Kerstin Drost
Holmesville, NB

Michael MacDonald
Saint John, NB

The Kelley Family
Burton, NB

"Chip" returned to us on February 27, 2018.  He had originally come to DunRoamin' on June 29, 2012 from Bath, NB where he had come to a home displaying injuries.  He had ear mites and a wound on his feet and the back of his right front leg, all of which were treated by his new friends at the Florenceville Veterinary Clinic.  He was adopted to a home on January 15, 2014 where he lived happily.  In February, 2018, Chip began to urinate inappropriately and was diagnosed with bladder stones.  He underwent surgery to remove them and was soon doing well.  Chip was born about July 1, 2009 and is a real sweetheart.  He loves to lay upside down and have his belly rubbed and he's a great purrer!

Chip underwent a second surgery to remove additional bladder stones and his penis had to be removed as a result of damage inflicted by the stones. He is doing great now.

Chip requires a prescription diet of Royal Canin Urinary S/O food to ensure he does not develop further problems, and we've had dozens of cats on this diet - there have been absolutely no problems or recurrences once they're on this diet!

REQUIREMENTS:  prescription Urinary S/O food for life

Spartacus

Sponsored by:

Jan Chisholm
Fredericton, NB

Scott Lockey
West Vancouver, BC

"Spartacus" came to us from the Plaster Rock area on May 2, 2017.  He is a beautiful little boy - a true gentleman.  He loves to be petted and particularly loves his ears, cheeks and chin scratched.  He is not so much a "pickin' up cat," but he is very affectionate and likes to spend time with humans.  Spartacus was born about August 2, 2014.

Spartacus tested positive for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV), but he is a very healthy, happy, affectionate boy.  FIV cats can live long and happy lives, especially if they are monitored closely for such things as upper respiratory infection (colds) or dental disease.  Please read about FIV below and consider taking one of these beautiful cats home - they're perfect!  Spartacus is currently in the home of a senior citizen as part of our Cats For Seniors program.

REQUIREMENTS:  Prescription food

Fivel

Sponsored by:

Jennifer Eagan
Perth-Andover, NB

Derp's Family
New Maryland, NB

"Fivel" returned to DunRoamin' on August 1, 2019.  He had originally come to us on June 5, 2015 from Florenceville where he had been found wandering in a yard.  He had a lacerated right hind leg, a severe infestation of ear mites, bleeding ears and infected puncture wounds on both front legs.  He needed help and he was able to receive it.  On December 15, 2015, he was adopted to a home in Peel.  Unfortunately, he developed crystals in his urine which clogged his urethra, ensuring urine could not leave his body.  This is very serious.

Fivel was accepted by DunRoamin' and underwent care at the Florenceville Veterinary Clinic where he received the medical care he needed. On August 6, 2019, he underwent surgery to remove several tiny stones stuck in his urethra. This surgery, which included a perineal urethrostomy, allowed the stones to be removed/passed and he's doing so much better now. He takes a daily stool softening medication to help prevent constipation. Fivel is fortunate to be in a foster home and is grateful for all the assistance he has received from such caring people.

REQUIREMENTS:  Prescription Royal Canin Urinary S/O and stool softening medication food for life

Splinter

Sponsored by:

Paula Chater
Fredericton, NB

Jennifer Eagan
Perth-Andover, NB

"Splinter" came to us on May 8, 2018 from Glassville where he'd been part of a colony of feral cats that was trying survive on their own.  Splinter was born about August 7, 2010. In his life he had sustained several wounds and injuries.  Today he displayed a very badly infected ear and he needed help.

Splinter's ear was cleaned and he was placed on antibiotics to ensure the infection would not spread further.  He wasn't sure what to think of us at first, but this old guy was definitely happy to be warm, safe and have food delivered upon demand.  He is doing well, and although he was initially a little timid and quiet, he soon realized that we would take good care of him.  He is currently fostered with six other cats in Florenceville and he gets along with them very well.  He loves his toys and to sleep on his human's bed!  He hopes to have a permanent safe, warm and loving home soon.  He's tired of those long, cold, hungry winters and has paid his dues many times over.  He likes to be patted and have his belly rubbed, but mostly he loves having his back scratched at the base of his tail!  Elevator butt!!  Splinter tested positive for FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus).  Please read about it here.   

REQUIREMENTS:  Food, vaccines

Babbs

Sponsored by:

Rhonda Fitzherbert
Hartland, NB

The Kelley Family
Burton, NB

"Babbs" came to us on July 15, 2019 from the Florenceville area.  She had been peeing inappropriately and was no longer wanted, so her future became precarious.  She was surrendered to DunRoamin' and is a beautiful little girl who was born about September 9, 2014.  She required some dental work but was fine otherwise.

Babbs has a fantastic purrsonality.  She loves everyone - especially kids!  She is very affectionate and loving and wants only to be with humans who will love her back.  She requires daily medication which she accepts easily and willingly.  She is a truly beautiful being and we hope she gets the home she deserves very soon.  Her favourite time, other than cuddling with humans, is pushing pens off a desk and carrying them around!  If you need a pen, just find Babbs - she'll have at least one!

Babbs has recently been diagnosed with kidney failure, so she will spend her remaining time with us being spoiled rotten!  She is a sweet little girl who deserves all the love and attention she can get!

REQUIREMENTS:  Prescription food, ongoing medication for life

Furgie

Sponsored by:

Sandy Klein
Florenceville, NB

Fredricton Cat Spa
Fredericton, NB

"Furgie" came to us on July 14, 2020, from Fredericton where she had been adopted earlier, but had been peeing and pooping inappropriately, so came back to us.  Since her return, she has displayed no such behaviour, but has been diagnosed as being diabetic.  Furgie is now on 6 units of insulin twice daily and is doing very well indeed.  She is playful, happy, affectionate and loves the other cats with whom she resides. 

Furgie has become one of our greeters at DunRoamin' and takes her job very seriously, although she has so much less to do due to COVID-10 restrictions, but we're all hoping this will pass soon.  Furgie was born about January 31, 2012 and hopes for a retirement home where she can sleep happily on someone's lap - it's the first place she goes if we sit down even for a second!  If you're looking for an attentive, affectionate little cat, she's your girl, and she'll pay back your kindness in spades!!  She has recently been diagnosed with diabetes, so she must take insulin twice daily and eat prescription diabetic food.  She is a beautiful little girl who loves all people and doesn't mind the medication at all, as long as someone is paying attention to her!

Furgie is a beautiful calico who will give everything to her new family, and she definitely has a lot to give.

REQUIREMENTS: insulin injections twice daily, prescription diabetic food

Rocky

Sponsored by:

Michael MacDonald
Saint John, NB
in memory of Ty

Maura Swim
Florenceville-Bristol, NB

"Rocky" came to us on November 10, 2020 from Holmesville where he had been trying to survive on his own.  He tested positive for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) - please read about it here.  He is a nice boy who loves to have his ears scratched, although when he's had enough he'll let you know by whacking you with his paw - he's in charge, you know!  He is currently fostered with his friend Gilmore.

Rocky has come into his own very quickly.  He is friendly, affectionate and loves to have lots of pets and scratches.  If he tires of attention, he'll let us know with a quick swat, but then is back very quickly for more loving!  He is quite the boy!  He is happy to be in a foster home where he can have the run of the house, but he is looking for a home of his very own.

FIV+ cats may live long and happy lives and may interact with other cats as long as they do not fight, and he's a lover, not a fighter!  Please come meet this gorgeous tuxedo cat!  He is SO hoping for a home where he can sleep on a bed, watch TV and help his person type on a computer!  He loves to hang out with people!

REQUIREMENTS:   a home with lots of love and understanding, and a friend, he hopes!

Cecily

Sponsored by:

Jan Chisholm
Fredericton, NB

Stephanie Flewelling & Arla
Fredericton, NB

"Cecily" came to us on June 3, 2021, from the Hartland area where she had been part of a group of cats who were not in good shape. Cecily was born about June 3, 2018 and had severe upper respiratory infection and an infected left eye. She also required all her teeth to be removed as they were not in good shape at all - that must have been very painful. We are hoping her eye can be saved, but we'll have to wait and see.

In March 2022, Cecily underwent surgery to correct entropion in her left eye. Her eyelashes were curling inward, rubbing against and irritating her eye. She is currently on medication to ensure her eye heals properly, and she's starting to feel better already!

REQUIREMENTS:  daily medication and various types of food - she doesn't like to eat very much and needs to put on weight.

Astrayea

Sponsored by:

Laura Cormier
Woodstock, NB

Abcde Prosser
Windsor, NB

"Astrayea" came to us on September 17, 2021, from Woodstock where her family could no longer care for her. Astrayea was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism which will most require medication for life, but it's really no big deal at all! She was born about September 16, 2009, and was already spayed.

Astrayea is doing well with her hyperthyroidism medication and has since started taking medication to help relieve constipation. She is currently fostered with a wonderful family who dotes on her! She is a beautiful little girl who is very quiet, loving and affectionate.

Please spay and neuter your pets!

REQUIREMENTS:  Medication to control her hyperthyroidism, food, vaccines and lots of attention!  She is a real sweetheart!

Gaia

Sponsored by:

M
arian Lockey
Florenceville, NB

Stephanie Klein
Russell, Ontario

LilyAnna and Otter Clifford
Fredericton, NB

"Gaia" came to DunRoamin' from a colony of cats near Hartland.  Born about January 1, 2020, she was not in good shape.  Her left eye required enucleation (removal), and she will also require dental work in the next few weeks, once she's strong enough.  On top of these medical issues, she was found to be diabetic.  She's had a hard go, but that all ends today.

Gaia tested negative for FIV and FeLV and was spayed.  She will require supportive care, a diabetic diet and insulin to regulate her system to ensure that she grows strong and healthy but she is doing very well and she's anxious to leave vet care and be a family kitty.  She is a beautiful little girl who is grateful to be warm and safe.  Now that she's starting to feel better, she is showing her real personality - and it's a winner!  She hopes for a loving home very soon.  Her insulin injections are really no big deal, are very inexpensive and she is SUCH a sweet little girl!  Once she puts on a little weight, she will be very grateful to have a family of her very own.

REQUIREMENTS:  insulin for life, as well as diabetic food.  She currently eats Fancy Feast which is her basic requirement, and she doesn't at all mind her very small dosage of insulin twice daily.

Gilmore

Sponsored by:

Cheryl Michaud
St Basile, NB

Stephanie Klein
Russell, ON

Jamie Spriggs
Bathurst, NB

"Gilmore" came to DunRoamin' on June 2, 2021, from Gregg Settlement where he was peeing inappropriately in the home. Gilmore was assessed by his vet at Florenceville Veterinary Clinic and found to have cystitis for which he was treated. He no longer has any medical issues, but he must eat a diet of Royal Canin Urinary S/O food for the rest of his life to ensure that he does not become blocked or have any other urinary issues.

Gilmore is a sweet little boy. He loves to have his ears scratched and loves attention. He is the first to greet people and loves everyone! He likes his S/O diet and he is doing great! He hopes for a home in the very near future with a family who will love and appreciate him - he is a very nice boy. He is currently in a foster home with Rocky where he enjoys being spoiled!

REQUIREMENTS:  prescription food (Royal Canin Urinary S/O) for life so that he does not develop crystals again and block.

Dazzler

Sponsored by:

Annabella Vallotton
Woodstock, NB

Michael MacDonald
Saint John, NB

"Dazzler" returned to DunRoamin' on November 18, 2021.  She had been originally come from the Hartland area where she and several siblings had been found locked in a shed during hot summer days.  She had been adopted on April 16, 2013 but had been returned as she was stressed with the noise and activity of young children.  On December 4, 2014, she was adopted by a couple from Stickney, but they eventually gave her up for reasons unknown.  Dazzler was born about May 25, 2011 and has beautiful blue eyes.  She is completely white with a small grey patch on her head.  She is gorgeous!!

Dazzler requires a bit of dental work to remove three teeth, but is otherwise fine.  She is a very sweet little girl who deserves only the best of care.  She is quiet and affectionate and hopes for the home she deserves very soon.  Her dream is to be able to spend the rest of her life on someone's lap!

Kuffner

Sponsored by:

Pat and Mike Cabatu
Fredericton, NB

"Kuffner" returned to DunRoamin' on November 1, 2021.  He had originally come to DunRoamin' on February 12, 2021 from Woodstock where he had been found injured with no one to help him.  He had an eye injury which was soon treated by his new friends at the Florenceville Veterinary Clinic.

Kuffner is a big boy, weighing about 12 pounds.  However, his size in weight does not display the huge amount of love and compassion he has, because in his new home he was bullied by an older, infirm female cat.  While he refused to fight back, he was also stressed by her, so he returned to DunRoamin' to find a place in a less intimidating environment.  He is a sweetheart who loves to play.  Kuffner is not allowed to have injections of any kind, including vaccines, as he has a strong negative reaction at injection sites.

Josie

Sponsored by:

Awaiting a Sponsor!

"Josie" came to DunRoamin' on June 21, 2022 from the Victoria County area where she had been diagnosed with diabetes. Unfortunately, no one was available to provide her care, so she came to DunRoamin' to live with our two diabetic cats who eat Diabetic food and require insulin injections twice daily. Josie was born about June 17, 2012.

Josie is a beautiful little girl who is slowly settling in with Furgie and Gaia. Thanks to the care and interest provided by her vet friend at the Florenceville Veterinary Clinic, Josie does not require insulin injections - just diabetic food for the time being. Perhaps some day, she won't even need that!

Josie is doing well and is hoping for a permanent home very soon - she deserves it!

 

 

 

 

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