Color: DSH Black with a bit of white on chest
Age: Born Approx. May 15, 2019
Gender: Male Neutered (tatooed)
Rebus was one of five siblings (see Jaycee) seen living behind a business on the north-side of Lethbridge, where there was already a managed feral colony with regular care-givers. The youngsters appeared suddenly, in October of 2019, and were already about five months of age; they had not been observed previously, so it’s thought that they were a litter that someone didn’t want and abandoned. Plans were made to trap them and all were eventually captured. Though previous cats at the site were returned after they were spayed or neutered, it was thought that this group was young enough to socialise.
Do you remember when the grandparents would say “You know what that boy needs?” Well, we know what Rebus needs. This young fellow needs a home. Oh, he has a loving and safe foster-home, and he is making progress there. He has become used to living indoors and now knows that he is safe and his his foster family are an excellent food-source, but now he needs to take the next step. He rubs up against his person's legs – at mealtimes – and is getting close to accepting full-on body petting. He would do exceptionally well with another playful cat or two, or by himself, where he can have all his family’s attention. He’s playful and active, sometimes at night and always in the mornings, and at the peak of health. “Do you know what that boy needs?” Yes, we do! What Rebus needs is you!
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