Hi, I’m Colonel!
The staff at the OHS call me a Co-pilot! Co-pilots thrive on being an involved family member, and will likely want to spend a good chunk of their time with you playing, chatting, training, and snoozing. They can handle alone time if you give them enough to do, and their favourite independent activities usually include exploring tunnels, perching by the window, playing with novel toys, and cozying up for a nap. But be ready, because these social kitties will be waiting for you! If you’re having guests over, you might find your Co-pilot at your side acting as your official greeter. And if you’re working around the house a Co-pilot might just want to help – keep an eye on your keyboard! Co-pilots may also be good candidates for harness training and leash walks outdoors. After living with a Co-pilot, you’ll wonder how you ever managed without one.
I am looking for an adult only, cat-savvy home!
I had a few episodes of vomiting while at the OHS, they have since resolved, and no underlying cause was found. My blood work and x-rays were all normal.
I had a thin, short, or patchy coat while I was at the shelter. This could be from a variety of reasons, from a food allergy to skin condition or illness-but we don’t know for sure. I am currently doing well and my coat is growing in. It may continue to improve or I may need further diagnostics, treatment, or other care from a veterinarian.
I have medical and beahviour needs; please contact an Adoption staff member to inquire about me Colonel shelter number A213538.
If you are interested in adopting me, please email the OHS a completed adopter profile found at https://ottawahumane.ca/adopt/.
Animal viewing times are:
Tues-Fri 1pm to 7pm
Sat-Sun 11am to 5pm
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.