Approx. 4 years old



Once a kitten who has been with us since 2019 and littermates of Cow and now a full-grown cat that needs an adopter or foster, Cleo seeks a home to ease his worries about living in a shelter where he doesn’t get the devotion he needs on a one-on-one basis. What a long way a loving home does for an animal anxious about the environment at a shelter. Even if Cleo has resided in PAWS for more than two years, his anxiety about finding a fur-ever home increases annually, so we’re doing what we can to change that. Cleo is in the cattery here at PAWS for anyone who wants to play with him and get to know him. Cleo just needs time with a cat lover who wants to bring out the best in him. So, what once was a kitten, now a full-grown cat and a candidate for the best decision you’ve ever made, make Cleo among your list of male Puspins to see here.

Adoption FAQ

Can I return my adopted pet if I change my mind?

A pet is a lifetime commitment. However, if you truly can’t keep your adopted pet, please don’t abandon them on the streets or with strangers. Please return them to us so we can find another home for them. 

Can my adoption application get denied?

Yes. Some reasons for denied applications include: Not being able to keep their pet indoors, incompatibility with the household, plus other circumstances that may be damaging to the health, safety, and happiness of our shelter animals. 

I live in the province/abroad. Can I still adopt?

Yes, but special arrangements need to be made for the meet-and-greet, depending on your location. Please contact us to discuss your options. You may also opt to adopt from your local pound instead.

Why is there an adoption fee?

The adoption fee is a token of your commitment and and a demonstration of your financial capacity to care for a pet. P500 for cats / P1000 for dogs is a small price which already covers your pet’s spay/neuter surgery, vaccinations and tick+flea treatment.

Can I adopt more than one pet?

Some applicants may be approved to adopt more than one pet on a case to case basis, but especially if the animal you wish to adopt belongs to a bonded pair.