Pete is a very majestic, bright white, neutered male cat.
He surveys his kingdom from high above his carpeted throne with one blue eye and one yellow eye. Like Henry VIII, he has put on a few pounds during his reign, but we are happy to say he has not beheaded any wives!
Pete was found homeless near Campbell Ave in Prince George on April 23, 2011 and since then he has gone through many trials to earn his place as King of our Purda Room. Just days after Pete arrived at the BC SPCA North Cariboo District Branch, he developed an upper respiratory infection. Pete was skinny and frail, so it took quite a while for him to overcome the infection and move into the Purda adoption room along with other cats recovering from illness.
Due to a few boisterous feline roommates in Purda, staff and volunteers believe Pete may be overlooked by visitors. Sadly, he has been a shelter resident for longer than any other animal in memory.
Although we joke that Pete is King of the Purda Room, we know he longs for a home of his own. Pete can often be seen gazing out of the window hoping that today will be his day and that someone will come for him.
Won't you make Pete's day? Come down and meet him today.
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