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Mustard
   
 
 
 
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Mustard has been spoken for and will be moving to Toronto in late April to live with a lovely couple and their small rescue cat Zoe.

 
Custard
   
 
 
 
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Custard has suddenly remembered that she loves people, and now she can’t get enough of us. She enjoys being carried around in our arms, peering owlishly over our shoulders, and talks to anyone who stops by her cage. During her recent dental surgery procedure, we took advantage of the anesthesia to give her a full body shave and release her from an uncomfortably knotted coat. She is now nicknamed Le Poulet thanks to her pinkly glowing resemblance to a plucked chicken. Her nakedness has also revealed a splendidly wrinkly and droopy belly which swings to and fro as she trots around the clinic (she is allowed some free time). With her beetling brow and generally comical look, she is quite a sight when she indulges in a catnip high, and it is hard for us to keep a straight face. But don’t worry, Custard, we’re laughing with you, not at you, and we know you are beautiful inside! (April 9, 2005)

 
THEO's new name is THÉO
   
 
 
 
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Having left the stuffy confines of Westmount to return to his original neighbourhood on the Plateau (which he assures us is "ben plus cool"), Théo has added a sexy "accent aigu" to his name. He has also acquired a buddy named Wilfrid, who is not yet fully convinced that his owners made the right decision in bringing home this vocal whirlwind of playfulness (check out the look on big Wilfrid's face as Théo invites him to play). Théo's new owners say he soaks up love like a sponge, which is not surprising, as he spent his kittenhood with a foster mother who lavished attention on him. We always knew he would make a lovely pet and were puzzled at the lack of attention he seemed to arouse, but it was well worth the wait for him to be adopted by his doting new owners. (July 5, 2005)

 
CAPRI - ADOPTED WITH TIBERIUS
   
 
 
 
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Born in the late summer of 2004, Capri was found in a box put out for the garbage pickup. Her rocky start in life has had no effect on her sunny disposition, and she lives happily in her foster home with several cats (including Tiberius, Jules and Désiré) and an antique dog. She will be spayed soon (it is high time) and would do well with other animals. Slender and dainty, Capri is full of adolescent charm and is quite aware of her cuteness as she trots about with her tail held high. She has all her claws. (May 20, 2005)

 
TIBERIUS - ADOPTED WITH CAPRI
   
 
 
 
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Tiberius is from the same background as Capri, and of the same vintage (summer of 2004). He, too, is happy in their foster home and has a lovely disposition. As I was rather pressed for time during the photo shoot and Tiberius was not focusing his mind on modeling, I have not done him justice in these pictures. He is a cute and lanky tabby with traditional white markings, and gets along with the other animals in his foster home. He has all his claws and will be castrated soon. (May 20, 2005)

 
BEAU (male) and PIXEL (female) ADOPTED TOGETHER
   
 
 
 
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This delightful brother and sister were born on March 4, 2004. They are apparently a mix of Siamese Lilac Point and Rag Doll. Their previous owners have a baby who is allergic to them, hence their need to part with them (a good thing, actually, as they had not bothered to sterilize them). The cats are now is a foster home and will be sterilized shortly. Their previous owners report that they are good with children (there are two pre-teenagers in the household, in addition to the baby), and that they have been trained not to hone their claws on the furniture. They are certainly very beautiful, and one is tempted to invent a breed name for them, say "Lilac Doll". As they have never been parted, it would be nice to keep them together, but of course I will consider any good home that applies for just one.

 
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