This Siamese cat will soon be up for adoption through the Canadian Animal Rescue and Extended Shelter in Langley.

Abandoned cat discovered in Langley park

Male Siamese to soon be up for adoption through Canadian Animal Rescue and Extended Shelter

An abandoned Siamese cat is on his way toward rehabilitation and will soon be looking for a home.

The light-cream coloured house cat was discovered in Municipal Nature Park in Langley Township on Sept. 21 and was taken to Critter Care Wildlife Society, which cared for him until a no-kill cat shelter, Canadian Animal Rescue and Extended Shelter (CARES), could pick him up.

According to the shelter, the cat’s microchip showed that his original owner lived in White Rock. However, she had since given the cat, along with a second feline, to a friend.

The friend then left the cats in the Langley park, according to the shelter.

“Instead of choosing one of many decent and human options… this man drove them from White Rock to a little-known park in the Township of Langley… and left them in the woods,” a release stated.

Despite being extremely hungry, the Siamese cat is now back on track to be rehomed.

However, his female sibling is still missing. If anyone has picked her up, they are asked to call CARES at 604-532-5632 or Angela at 604-773-0324.

When both are located and restored back to health, they will be available for adoption through the CARES website.

 

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