Rescuing, Sheltering and Rehoming Companion Animals in the Columbia Valley of BC since 2007

WAYLON

Male – Black & White  –  Gold eyes, white chest and tummy, black “mask”, nose and chin.    Estimated Birthdate:   September 16, 2018

Waylon and his 2 siblings, Clint and Crystal were born to a feral Mom cat, and were brought into ICAN in Nov. 3, 2018.   They were very scared and went immediately to an experienced  ICAN foster home where they are given special care and all three are coming around nicely.

Personality:  Once feral, Waylon has become a very friendly kit.  He likes to see what one is up to, staying close and coming to get his pets/brushes.  He loves to play, and is always looking for treats.  He’s good with a cuddle, and will likely be a good “buddy”.  Purrs lots. Inside only, litterbox trained. 

Waylon and his siblings are now available for viewing and adoption at ICAN.   Please call to arrange a visit. 

Adopted January 15, 2019

Cachi

Cachi  –  Male
Est. Birth date:   – February 29, 2016

Hi, it’s me again, Cachi! You may recognize me from my gigantic ears. I find myself in need of a new home – I really, really want my own family to love me. I am  full of spunk and have a great zest for life. Oh and I love other dogs, kids and cats too!

I am a little scared of new people when first meeting them, but it sure doesn’t take me long to warm up, I just want love. I am also great off leash and very calm in the house.  Due to circumstances in my life before I came to ICAN, I am terrified of being locked in a crate or an x-pen and am a master at breaking out of them (I’m so smart)!    I can’t help myself when I am alone and locked in an enclosed space, I can become destructive due to panic.

I am really wanting someone who can be patient with me and has the time to help me work through this fear of mine. I sure do deserve a loving home – it’s my grandest wish of all time 🙂

Update:    

It is with Big Smiles!!! that we let you know that after such a long haul for this little boy, he will now be staying where he loves and is loved.  His foster home has been so wonderful for Cachi and we know he will live happily ever after.

ADOPTED January 12, 2019  

Anise

Anise – Female – Black & White
Estimated Birthdate:   October 12, 2018

Anise along with two siblings, Chicory and Sage were surrendered to ICAN at 4 days of age, along with their Mother cat, Pepper.

They went into ICAN foster care immediately and are developing and socializing well. All three kittens have smaller than standard tails, but not bobbed. All three have permanent bends to their tails.

Anise and her siblings will not be available for viewing until around the end of December, and with it being Christmas holiday time we may not be processing adoption applications until January 2019.   

 

 



Levi

Male – Neutered Tuxedo (Black & White) 
Estimated Birthdate:   Dec 6, 2015 ADOPTION PENDING


We don’t know much about Levi yet, but we will soon.  He is warming up to having his photo taken  🙂  

He was trapped by a local resident and brought to ICAN.  We took him to the Vet and had him checked for health and neutered, and he is now resident at at the shelter. 

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Meowsie

Meowsie – Female – Black

Estimated Birthdate:   Dec 30, 2014

This is Meowzie!  Isn’t she a sweetie!  We received a call about this lovely black beauty (feline) who was hanging out on 7th Avenue (across from Christ Trinity Church).  We brought her to ICAN.  We posted her on Facebook, but received no feedback so she is official adoptable.

Meowzie misses being around humans all the time and really wants a home & humans of her own. She is very affectionate and such a cute girl!

ADOPTED January 9, 2019

Pepper


Pepper
– Female – Black & White
Estimated Birthdate:    October 18, 2017

Pepper was surrendered to ICAN along with her 3 newborn kittens on October 16, 2018.   She is currently in foster care and looking after her kittens, and will not be available for adoption until she has weaned her kittens towards the end of December, 2018

ADOPTED January 9, 2019

Sher

Sher – Female – Grey-Black Tabby

Estimated Birthdate:   August 15, 2017

Sher is one of 3 felines (Sher, Sunny and Sparky) that were found surviving alone in Canal Flats RV park area.   Sher was brought in to ICAN first.  The next day Sunny and Sparky arrived and it was a quite interesting to watch the reunion and how they had missed each other for those 24 hours.   The 3 are very bonded at the moment and we hope integration with other cats at ICAN will help to diminish that need to be together.  They are being fostered at the home of an ICAN Volunteer and for now appear to be happy to be in a safe nurturing environment.

Sher ( oldest and momma to someone ) arrived as the most timid and reclusive.   She is coming around very slowly, learning to trust again or maybe for the first time.  It’s very obvious sometimes that she longs for affection.

She began her days with us by staying out of reach and growling when approached, or sometimes even hissing but never lashing out.  Because of that we were able to inroduce her to volunteers pets and she soon also started to relax and enjoy them.  The two kittens are nursing on her.

We are not sure which one of the kittens is hers, if either, but would think it most likely Sunny.  Somewhere along the way she picked up another kitten which tells you what a little sweetie she is inside – just picture the 3 banding together to survive as best they could.   Thank you to the community member who cared enough to get them into a safe place.

ADOPTED January 9, 2019 together with Sunny

Sunny

Sunny – Female – Grey Tabby

Estimated Birthdate:   March 10,2018

Sunny is one of 3 felines (Sher, Sunny and Sparky) that were found surviving alone in Canal Flats RV park area.   Sher, the adult cat and suspected Mom to at least one of the kittens, was brought in to ICAN first.  The next day Sunny and Sparky arrived and it was a quite interesting to watch the reunion and how they had missed each other for those 24 hours.   The 3 are very bonded at the moment and we hope integration with other cats at ICAN will help to diminish that need to be together.  They are being fostered at the home of an ICAN Volunteer and for now appear to be happy to be in a safe nurturing environment.

Sunny was very affectionate immediately upon arrival almost as if showing gratitude for being rescued.  It would seem to me that all three have had different levels of human contact.  Sunny has not changed much since arrival.  Still very friendly and easy going.

ADOPTED January 9, 2019 together with Sher

Snooks

Snooks – Black & White – Female

Estimated Birthdate:  Sept 12, 2010

Sadly, Snooks, along with her housemates, George #2 and Roxy were surrendered by their family due to a move.

These are adult cats who are used to being together and to having a family, so we are hoping each of them find new homes quickly.

Any combination of 2 would of course work, but even if each is taken individually into the care of a new and loving home, they will settle in quickly.  What we hope is that none of them will remain at the center any longer than necessary, since it upsets the balance of home and family they are used to.   The sooner they are able to get “back to what is normal for them” the better.

So …

If you are looking for adult cats, who will be good around children and require little “settling in” or training in their new home, please come and meet any one of these clean adorable bunk mates.

ADOPTED January 9, 2019   with Roxy

Roxy

Roxy – Black – Female

Estimated Birthdate:  Sept 12, 2010

Sadly, Roxy, along with her housemates, Snooks and George #2 were surrendered by their family due to a move.

These are adult cats who are used to being together and to having a family, so we are hoping each of them find new homes quickly.

Any combination of 2 would of course work, but even if each is taken individually into the care of a new and loving home, they will settle in quickly.  What we hope is that none of them will remain at the center any longer than necessary, since it upsets the balance of home and family they are used to.   The sooner they are able to get “back to what is normal for them” the better.

So …

If you are looking for adult cats, who will be good around children and require little “settling in” or training in their new home, please come and meet any one of these clean adorable bunk mates.

ADOPTED January 9, 2019   with Snooks