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Color:      DSH Rusty Brown and White Tabby
Age:        Born Approx. July 25, 2015
Gender:   Spayed Female (micro-chipped)


Isobel was a terrified little cat living on the streets in a small town outside of Lethbridge. Normally shy cats don't do this: charge into someone's house. But she did. She was desperate!

We don't use the designation 'bonded pair' without careful consideration. It can take longer to find a home for two; however, for Isobel especially, we feel strongly that keeping them together is in their best interests.


Isobel has made leaps and bounds since being rescued in 2016. Just see how relaxed she was to have her new pictures taken! Although initally she may be shy in a new home (many cats are!), we now know she can and will adapt into a new environment. In her foster home, she has turned into a little social butterfly. No longer afraid of humans, she loves to be petted and fussed over. It can take awhile for a little street cat like Isobel to trust, but the bond that is created when they let their guard down is truly lovely.  When young Isobel was rescued and placed in a foster home, she met Morley. It was love at first sight! He became her safety net, her everything; where he is, you will find her too. He good-naturedly accepted the responsibility of looking out her and has made her life complete. It's not that Morley could not live without her, it's that she cannot live without him.

You are welcome to fill out an Adoption inquiry here for Morely and Isobel.