Buster first came to the BC SPCA Trail Branch on February 13, 2012 as a stray from the Rossland area. He is a brown tabby around the age of two years old. He has a short and silky coat with a lean frame.
Buster has had a harder time adjusting to shelter life, with every little noise startling him, making him retreat under his blankets. Over time, Buster is starting to be more confident, especially when he gets time out of his kennel, to explore and learn his new surroundings. His bed with blankets is still his sanctuary but we are slowly making him come out of his shell. Buster will probably always enjoy sleeping under your blankets, perhaps on your bed or couch, but given the time and quiet he needs to readjust to his new home, he will venture further out everyday into his domain!
Buster has met other cats while he has been living here and seems pretty open to them. If you currently have a cat, Buster would do well becoming a cat companion. If he did anything, he would most likely hide from them at the beginning, until he feels comfortable with them being around him. He does seem nervous of dogs, as most cats can be, but would eventually learn to live with the dog.
Since Buster can be a nervous cat, small children should be taught to give Buster his space while he is learning about his new home. Older children and adults would be the best fit for Buster.
For more information on Buster please contact 250-368-5910 or email email@example.com
The Trail Regional BCSPCA would like to express our deepest thanks to the following businesses that supported and donated to our shelter during “Eat for Pete” 2012;
-Arlington Bar and Grill
-The Coffee Coop
-The Black Rooster
-Gypsy at Red
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