Bronx has come into ICAN care also by way of a joint TNR project which focuses on rescuing and placing young cats and kittens that would otherwise likely become feral. He has arrived at the shelter ready for neutering and looking for his new forever home, along with his bunkmates Brillo and Bruiser.
All 3 of these little Tabby boys are adorable. They are familiar with each other since they were all captured from the same area and Bronx is the youngest of the 3. They all like their pettings, especially the 2 bigger boys however because he is quite a bit younger than Brillo and Bruiser, little Bronx seems shyest and enjoyed being kept snuggled between his counterparts. He likes pets too but is not as animated in response to human touch as the other two. They have been used to non-threatening human contact, because they all are quick to accept belly rubs and will come forward for human touch.
We’ve been fortunate with booking a March neuter date, so if you are looking for a companion animal, any one of these 3 little fellows will be available to go to their new homes before the end of March.
Give us a call at 250-341-7888 to book a viewing.