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ADOPTED CATS 2024
"Chance" came to DunRoamin' on December 7, 2023 from Riverbank where he had been hanging around for some time. Although numerous people had seen him, he was not very trusting of humans. He was eventually live trapped and brought for help.
Chance was born about December 14, 2022 and was relatively healthy, although he was cold, skinny, hungry and very vocal toward his rescuers. He was neutered, fully vaccinated, tested for FIV and FeLV and treated for all parasites. Now he'd like to have a home and family of his very own, if possible.
As of December 21, he had learned to be friendly and loving once he was certain he was safe, warm and would always have a full belly and loving humans to care for him. He's promised to return the kindness in spades!
On February 13, 2024, Chance was very happy to be adopted by a young lady from Fredericton where he will be spoiled just as a cat should be! He is cuddly, loving and affectionate, and he plans on giving his new family all the love he can. Congratulations, Chance! Send lots of pictures!!
"Olen" came to us on November 2, 2022 from New Denmark where a cat had had a litter of kittens, but had no one who would care for them. Little Olen was the smallest, and he was not doing well. He had an eye infection, and diarrhea had made him dehydrated and had given him a red, raw and painful bum. He was just a baby, having been born about August 24, 2022, and there was no help for him in his current location.
Olen was happy to receive medical care from his friends at the Florenceville Veterinary Clinic where he soon became healthy, happy and a going concern! On December 17, 2022, he was excited to go to a foster home with his friend Boo where he was spoiled with love and attention from his foster family which included two young children. Olen then came back with us and lived happily with his friends. He is an energetic, loving little boy who requires some medication and a prescription Selected Protein diet due to a bit of IBD (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), but is otherwise healthy, happy, neutered, fully vaccinated, tested negative for FIV and FeLV and treated for all parasites. He dreamed of the perfect home . . .
. . . and his dreams came true. On February 10, 2024, Olen (now renamed Odin) met a wonderful couple who were looking for the perfect match for their young cat. They had two older senior cats who did not appreciate the energy and antics of their young brother, Loki. Once Odin met Loki, both their worlds changed. They are very close in age and personality, and both run and tear, wrestle and roll like the best friends they have already become. They have a multitude of cat trees, toys, windows, beds and many other places to explore or to just take a nap! They also have two people who love them more than they could have ever dreamed of being loved. Congratulations, Olen - it was well worth the wait! Thanks to your family - we look forward to many more photos and updates!
"Puffin" came to DunRoamin' on December 28, 2023 from the Perth-Andover area where she had been found beside a mailbox very early in the morning. Her rescuer was unable to keep her, so she was surrendered to us to ensure she received the medical care she required.
Puffin was born about October 14, 2023. She had fleas and diarrhea, and was very hungry. She was treated for her medical needs and is starting to do better on a healthy diet of Royal Canin kitten food. She was originally timid, but now that she knows she is safe, warm and getting the very best of care, she's warming up to her foster family very quickly. She will be spayed, fully vaccinated, tested for FIV and FeLV and treated for all parasites. She's looking forward to a happy and healthy future in a warm and loving home!
On January 28, 2024, Puffin was elated to learn that she had been chosen to join a very nice family in Woodstock where she will be a new sister for another DunRoamin' adoptee, Petley. Congratulations to everyone!
"Archer" came to DunRoamin' on October 18, 2023 from the Florenceville area from a colony of cats that we have been trying to spay/neuter for quite some time. However, due to the large numbers, it is a difficult task.
Archer was born about August 28, 2023, so was only a couple of months old. He really shouldn't be away from his mom just yet, but fortunately, we are able to help him. He had a bad case of upper respiratory infection (URI), was dehydrated and his eyes were infected. He didn't feel very well at all. Thanks to his new vet friend, he is on medication for his URI and we are pleased to be able to provide him with a warm, safe place to recover, as well as a healthy, nutritious diet to help him do just that.
Archer will be neutered, fully vaccinated, tested for FIV and FeLV and treated for all parasites. Then he hopes to be adopted into a loving home where he will be spoiled forever.
On January 27, 2024, Archer was officially adopted into his new family in Fredericton where he will be spoiled beyond his wildest dreams. We are SO happy for you, Archer! Please send lots of photos so we can watch you grow up. And thank your family for us - you have it made now! Congratulations!
"Daniella" came to us on September 28, 2023 from Fielding where she was a stray who was observed to be pregnant. All by herself, she had no one to help her when her babies came. Thanks to the concern of a young lady who attended her location and brought her to safety, Daniella gave birth to two little boys, Deacon and Diego, in her home on October 2, 2023. Unfortunately, a canine resident of the home did not do well with new feline guests, so Daniella, Deacon and Diego are now here with us at DunRoamin' where it is a joy to watch them grow!
Daniella was born about September 29, 2020. She had fleas and gave birth four days after her rescue, but she is doing fine now. She is a very content and caring mother who loves her two boys. Daniella is quiet, loving, attentive and affectionate and once she has finished nursing her babies, she will be spayed, fully vaccinated, tested for FIV and FeLV and treated for all parasites. Then, she'll be looking forward to a safe, warm and loving home of her very own.
On January 27, 2024, Daniella was officially adopted by a family in Oromocto who fell in love with her cuteness, friendliness and cuddliness. And to make it even more wonderful, her friend Dee was also adopted, so they'll each have feline companionship as well as the love and care of their new family. What a great way to start a new year! Congratulations to everyone! Please send lots of photos!!
"Dee" and her sons Gruber and Zevon (see below) came to DunRoamin' on October 30, 2023 from the Centreville area. They had been reported to have been found near the train bridge on their own, but they have obviously been in a home and are socialized. Dee had a broken right canine and was very skinny, and she also had lots of parasites which have been treated. She was born about October 30, 2021, so was about two years old, and was trying to care for her boys, including feeding them. She is a very sweet little girl who loves her boys and has taken very good care of them.
On January 27, 2024, Dee was excited to learn that she had been chosen as the newest member of a family in Oromocto. She fits in perfectly, and we're very happy that she has such a wonderful family who will spoil her for the rest of her life! And to make it even better, her friend Daniella was also adopted along with her! Congratulations to you and your new family!
"King" came to us on October 28, 2023 from the Beechwood area. They are siblings to Carrie (see above) who had been found all alone without a mother. They were very thin, and had fleas and ear mites - both of which can be dangerous for tiny little kittens who are too young to eat on their own and have no mother to provide sustenance, warmth or the many other things a mother provides.
King is a grey and white little boy who is very much loved by his sisters who spend most of their time on either side of him so that he is always warm. He is the smallest of the three and required more intensive medical care and feedings, as he found it difficult to put on weight, despite being fed nutritious Royal Canin kitten milk replacer and Royal Canin Recovery canned food by syringe every three hours around the clock. Thanks to his foster family, he is doing much better. These little ones were born about September 25, 2023. It is our hope that they may be adopted together, or that they may go to a home that already has a cat or kitten of similar age. They are teaching each other kitten manners, and are very close, having had no mom after the first month of their lives.
On January 27, 2024, King was adopted by a young lady from Fredericton where he will be a new friend for her cat who also has some Siamese characteristics and loves to run and play. They will now have each other to help burn off that energy and be each other's best friend. Congratulations!!
"Wendy" and "King" came to us on October 28, 2023 from the Beechwood area. They are siblings to Carrie (see above) who had been found all alone without a mother. They were very thin, and had fleas and ear mites - both of which can be dangerous for tiny little kittens who are too young to eat on their own and have no mother to provide sustenance, warmth or the many other things a mother provides.
Wendy is a cute little white girl who closely resembles her sister Carrie (see above). King is a grey and white little boy who is very much loved by his sisters who spend most of their time on either side of him so that he is always warm. He is the smallest of the three and required more intensive medical care and feedings, as he found it difficult to put on weight, despite being fed nutritious Royal Canin kitten milk replacer and Royal Canin Recovery canned food by syringe every three hours around the clock. Thanks to his foster family, he is doing much better. These little ones were born about September 25, 2023. It is our hope that they may be adopted together, or that they may go to a home that already has a cat or kitten of similar age. They are teaching each other kitten manners, and are very close, having had no mom after the first month of their lives.
On January 27, 2024, Carrie and Wendy were adopted by a very nice young lady from Fredericton. They love their new home and family, and we're looking forward to many, many photos as they grow. Thank you for keeping them together. Congratulations, everyone!
"Carrie" came to us on October 25, 2023 from Upper Kent where it was reported she had been found around a home that could not care for her. There had apparently been two more kittens, but no more have been located to date.
Carrie was estimated by her new vet friend to have been born about September 25, 2023. She is pale, thin, dehydrated and anemic. She is being provided with a healthy and nutritious diet of Royal Canin Recovery food to help her along. Her personality is very sweet and she's grateful for the food, warm bed and all the love she is being displayed by her new care-giving friends. Stay tuned - we'll keep you up to date!
On January 27, 2024, Carrie and Wendy were adopted by a very nice young lady from Fredericton. They love their new home and family, and we're looking forward to many, many photos as they grow. Thank you for keeping them together. Congratulations, everyone!
"Sacha" came to DunRoamin' on August 24, 2022 from the Somerville area. She was born about August 24, 2009. She came to us with entropion (a condition where her eyelashes turn inward instead of outward - this can be very painful and required surgery to correct), she was very badly matted, had fleas, ear mites and required surgery to remove her infected teeth. She was also missing her right front leg and her left front leg has arthritis due to the extra strain it has had to accept. With all these things working against her, she was not in good shape. She needed help.
"Monroe" came to DunRoamin' on December 18, 2023 from Oakland. He had been blocked and required medical care and prescription food which his owners were unable to provide, so he came to us for help. Monroe is a beautiful long-haired boy who was born about December 12, 2021. He is very friendly and loving. As he had a minor number of crystals, he should eat a diet of Royal Canin Urinary S/O food only to ensure he does not block again. We have had dozens and dozens of cats on this diet and have never had a recurrence, so he is in very good company!
Monroe is a big boy who weighs in at about 14.5 pounds. He loves people and is a very social being. He's anxious to have a new home and looks forward to a family that will love him forever!
On January 19, 2023, Monroe was elated to learn that he had been chosen to join the family of his favourite new person. He was in the carrier as soon as it was opened - he knew it was his transportation to his new life! Congratulations, Monroe - don't forget to send lots of pictures so we can see your new home and how much you are loved!!
"Blake" came to DunRoamin' on December 1, 2023 from the Florenceville area where he was found all alone. He had a very bad upper respiratory infection, was skinny, hungry and had fecal balls on his rear end which were dry, hard and partially obstructed his ability to poop. His long fur had collected the poop, and he could not free himself from it. He was very uncomfortable, upset, hungry and scared.
Thanks to his new vet friend at the Florenceville Veterinary Clinic, the fecal balls were removed and his rear was shaved which then allowed him to poop easily on his own. He is now getting a nutritious diet, is warm, safe and has a friend, Borders (see above) to snuggle, play and sleep with. They are most probably siblings and are teaching each other kitty manners, as they have no mom to do so. They would like to be adopted together if at all possible. Blake was born about October 1, 2023.
On January 19, 2023, Blake was excited to go to his new home where he will have the best of love and care from his new family. Congratulations, Blake, way to go!!
"Schaffer" came to DunRoamin' on December 4, 2023 from the Florenceville area. He had a bad case of upper respiratory infection (sneezing, coughing, runny nose, watery eyes, etc) and had no way to help himself. Fortunately, someone found him and brought him for help. Schaeffer was born about October 13, 2023, so was less than eight weeks old, and too young to be away from his mom who would normally feed and care for him, as well as keep him warm and safe. It's already too snowy, cold and there is very little food available for these little ones who are trying to survive on their own.
Schaeffer is doing better already, thanks to the medical care he receives from his new vet friend at the Florenceville Veterinary Clinic. He looks forward to becoming a member of a family that will love and care for him forever. He hopes he might have a sibling or friend close to his age - he came from a location near a colony of cats, so probably has had siblings/friends around him at all times. He'd love to have someone to cuddle with and teach him kitty things. He has soft, long, pewter grey fur and he'll require lots of brushing which he will love!
On January 14, 2024, Schaeffer was adopted by a lady from Fredericton where he will be spoiled for the entirety of his life - as it should be! Congratulations, Schaeffer! Don't forget to send us lots of photos of you as grow into an even more handsome boy!!
"Mavis" came to DunRoamin' on August 16, 2023. She had been abandoned inside the foyer of a building where she waited for someone to find her and bring her for help. Mavis was not in good shape. She had fleas, was dehydrated, had upper respiratory infection and found it difficult to breathe. She was very tiny and needed veterinary medical support, so she was fostered and cared for by a veterinarian 24 hours a day for more than a week to ensure she would survive.
Mavis is all cuteness and all attitude. Her attitude is probably a main reason that she survived! She is now eating wet food and KMR (Kitten Milk Replacer) on her own and it looks like she might be fine - we're hoping so. Mavis is polydactyl (extra toes) and is extremely cute - just ask her!!
Mavis is extremely lively and energetic and definitely needs someone her own age and energy level to interact with to burn off that energy, so she must be adopted with another kitten or to a home that already has an energetic kitten close to her own age.
On January 14, 2024, Mavis was adopted by a young couple from Nackawic. She will now be spoiled beyond her wildest dreams! Congratulations, Mavis - send lots of photos!!
"Baun" came to us on August 22, 2023, from Woodstock where he had been struck by a car. Just a baby, he suffered a broken left hind leg and tail. On August 26, 2023, his hind leg and tail were amputated as neither could be repaired. We are hoping he'll be fine. Stay tuned - we'll keep you up to date.
Baun was named after Bobby Baun, a Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman, who in 1964 scored the game-winning goal in the playoffs against the Detroit Red Wings to even the best-of-seven series at 3-3. He did this on a broken leg! The Leafs then won the final game to bring home their third Stanley Cup. So Baun is named in Bobby Baun's honour. He had a broken leg, too, and he will also persevere to become a winner!!
On January 14, 2023, Baun was adopted by a young gentleman from Fredericton who has previously adopted a DunRoamin' cat. Baun will receive the very best of everything for the remainder of his life - especially love! He looks forward to being spoiled even more than when he was with his Purrfect Cup friends. Congratulations, Baun! We can't wait to see photos of you and your family as you grow up!!
"Arnold" came to DunRoamin' on June 28, 2023. Part of a colony in the Florenceville area, he, three adult female mothers and eleven more kittens (three male, nine female) were not doing well. Although they had shelter, they did not have enough food, were all underweight and had fleas, ear mites, worms and a very bad upper respiratory infection. They are all now receiving a nutritious diet as well as medications four times daily. Donations to help with food and meds for these fifteen cats and kittens are greatly appreciated.
Arnold was born about May 11, 2023. He is a tabby kitten who is being treated for upper respiratory infection with medications four times daily and provided with lots of food which he and his family are devouring with gusto every day.
Arnold has been treated for all parasites. Once he is healthy, big and strong enough, he will be neutered, fully vaccinated and tested for FIV and FeLV. Then, he hopes to go to a home where he will be safe and loved forever. He'd love to be adopted with a sibling or at least go to a home that has other cats - he has never been alone and he loves his huge family - there's always someone to sleep, play or cuddle with!
On January 12, 2024, Arnold was very happy to finally leave for his new home in Fredericton where the young couple who has adopted him will spoil him beyond his wildest dreams for the rest of his life! Congratulations, Arnold, you've hit the jackpot!! Write soon - and send lots of photos so we can watch you grow up!
"Willard" came to us on September 7, 2023 from Hartland where he had been a stray who had been hanging around for two years. A man had been trying to catch him and he had finally allowed himself to be caught in a live trap - probably due to the severity of his injuries.
Willard was born about September 8, 20218, so is only about five years old. His injuries included wounds on all four paws and abscesses on both ears, one of which is suspected to be cancerous. Willard tested positive for FIV and requires dental intervention. He would have been surviving with much pain and no care for quite some time. He is fortunate to have someone who persevered until they could get him the help he required.
Willard was suspected to be feral, but he may just be scared. He is already letting two of his new best friends/caregivers pat him a bit and he is eating, peeing and pooping on his own. He has had surgery on his right ear and will receive dental intervention when he is strong and healthy enough, hopefully in the very near future. We are working on giving him a warm, safe, loving environment so that he can heal much stronger and faster without stress. Willard is a very good boy and we hope to report many more positive things soon.
On January 12, 2024, Willard was officially adopted by a very good friend of DunRoamin' who has helped him overcome his fear and timidity. Willard will now live in Moncton. Congratulations, Willard, you've finally achieved your dream - a safe, warm and caring family to love you forever! You've come a very long way. We will miss you, but know you'll stay in touch with lots of photos and updates!
"Sandra" came to us on November 9, 2023 from the Florenceville area. A stray who was trying to gain access to a building for shelter once the colder weather started up, she had no place to go. A check by her vet found that she had an injured left front shoulder, she was badly matted and had fleas and ear mites.
Despite her woes, Sandra is a beautiful little girl. She has huge big eyes that glow with gratitude. Her personality is loving, affectionate and grateful. She is now warm, safe and has a nutritious diet to help her get to her perfect weight. Please stay tuned - we'll report more as we get to know her. She was born about November 2, 2020, so is only about three years old. Her personality is well established - and she's purrfectly gorgeous! She will be spayed, fully vaccinated, tested for FIV and FeLV and treated for all parasites. Then, once her shoulder is 100%, she'll be ready for a home - she can't wait!!
On January 12, 2024, Sandra met a very nice lady from Fredericton and they hit it off. Sandra will now be her new best friend and they will live happily ever after together! Congratulations to both of you!!
"Autumn" came to us on September 21, 2023 from Woodstock where it was alleged that she was feral and had to be kept separated. Her vet diagnosed her with upper respiratory infection, congestion and mild debris in her ears. All these were quickly treated.
Autumn is a very sweet and affectionate little orange female kitten. Although female orange tabbies are not rare, they are less common than male orange tabbies, and she thinks (actually - she KNOWS!!) she is very special! She was grateful for her new room which included a soft, warm bed, a loft in which she could oversee and direct the work of her caregivers and her very own food and water stations. Now that she has her own servants and will receive the very best of care, her personality is coming out - she is a SWEETHEART! Autumn was born about July 27, 2023.
As we spent more time with Autumn, it became obvious that she had additional issues. She was soon diagnosed with a form of rickets which means she has a calcium deficiency and her bones have not grown as they should. Autumn was fostered by her new best friend who had fallen in love with her. She is receiving the best of care and medical attention and as of January 9, 2024, is doing so very much better.
On January 9, 2024, Autumn was officially adopted by her caregiver who will ensure she gets the very best of everything. Autumn has improved significantly and is now well on her way to being much more healthy - and definitely happy - since she learned she will now be a permanent family member. Congratulations, Autumn! Stay in touch! We are very happy for you!
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"Lanny" came to DunRoamin' on May 16, 2023, from the Bull's Creek area. A stray who had been hanging around a home for about two days, no one was able to take him in or care for him. He was friendly and had no issues with the dog of the lady who rescued him, but he was very skinny and unable to walk. He obviously needed medical attention.
Named after Toronto Maple Leafs star Lanny McDonald, Lanny was examined by his new vet friend. He was emaciated and had parasites and was immediately provided with all medical care he required and was placed under the medical care of the Florenceville Veterinary Clinic until he was healthy enough to come back to DunRoamin'.
Lanny was born about May 16, 2013, so is about ten years old. We are sad that he had to endure such a terrible time for at least the recent past, but that all ended today. Thanks to the generosity and concern of DunRoamin' supporters, he will receive the best of everything we can give him - food, love, medical care and lots of attention. He is already showing his gratitude with purrs and head butts. Lanny was already neutered when he arrived, and has since received full vaccines and parasite control. He tested negative for FeLV and FIV. Lanny is a beautiful, loving little boy and once he is healthy and happy again, we hope to find him a caring family who will love him for the rest of his life. He definitely deserves that, especially after all he's been through. He requires prescription food and some ongoing medication which he accepts happily!
On January 8, 2024, Lanny was ecstatic to be selected as the newest member of a young family in Fredericton. He chose them all by himself, and they couldn't have done better! This little boy now has the love and support of a wonderful family where he will live and be loved forever. Congratulations, Lanny! We are SO happy for you! Don't forget to write - and send LOTS of photos!!
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