May 2, 2011 update
Cookie has taken another ride on the BC SPCA Drive for Lives to our Burnaby Branch.
February 18, 2011
Cookie was abandoned on a strangers doorstep in Salmon Arm and then brought to the BC SPCA Shuswap Branch in Salmon Arm on September 17, 2010.
Since then, he has been tranferred to the BC SPCA Richmond Education & Adoption Centre to increase his chances of finding a "forever home".
Cookie is just a bit over six years old but he still likes to play every now and then. He loves a good chin and tummy scratch and will even roll onto his back for you when he receives this kind of attention! Don’t let his age fool you; he is still, very much, a curious cat with many years ahead of him.
Cookie is all black and loves to be brushed daily. He has longer hair that he would like to remain flowing and tangle free! He is not overly fond of kittens and finds them a bit too rambunctious and playful for his taste.
If you are looking for a comfy kitty to cuddle with and enjoy life - Cookie is definitely the guy for you!
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