Thank you for visiting my profile. My name is Braydon.
I am a Male org tabby and white domestic sh.
I am about 10 years old.
Like all Male pets adopted from the Ottawa Humane Society, I have been Neutered.
Could you be the right match for me?
Help the Ottawa Humane Society find a new loving home for me and more animals like me.
Shelter Staff made the following comments about this animal:
My name is Braydon and my personality type is “Poet!” I have a lot of love to give; I just need a patient partner. I might need an extra minute to find my courage, but underneath this bashful exterior is a reservoir of love and wisdom. If you are patient enough to tap into it, I want nothing more than to show my affections. I might need a quiet home and a little understanding, but I promise once I feel safe I will be loyal to you all of my days. Will you take a chance on me? You’ll never regret it!
Some unique facts about me: I’m looking for a quiet, adult only home with a patient owner who will give me plenty of time to get comfortable at my pace in my new home. I enjoy attention and affection from those I know and trust. I prefer all four paws on the floor or sitting next to you rather than being picked up. I have amazing but soft purrs and I love when my owner speaks to me in a gentle, soothing and calm voice.
I am a “Foster-Me-First” adoption. Please speak to the staff in the Adoption Centre for more information.
I have medical needs; please contact an Adoption staff member to inquire about me “Braydon” shelter number A219325.
I am currently relaxing in a foster home as I wait for my forever family. Please contact an adoptions staff to book an appointment to meet me!
Cat Viewing Times at the OHS:
At the OHS, adoption must begin 30 minutes prior to closing.
Items you must have with you:
Proof of Address
A carrier, collar and any of your other pet supply needs can be purchased at the time of adoption as the OHS has an excellent selection of these items. All proceeds from your purchases in the OHS Buddy & Belle Boutique support the animals at the OHS.