Looking for a forever home; Penticton SPCA pet of the week

Linus
Image Credit: BC SPCA

Linus is a shy boy who has not had a home of his own yet.

He's spent his whole life so far in the shelter after arriving as a kitten with his mother and siblings, who have already been adopted.

He has a loud purr but is still a bit shy.

The staff and volunteers at the Penticton SPCA are hoping Linus will be adopted whith Lola, a siamese mix.

The pair have bonded and become best friends.

Linus' Animal ID number is 373782 and Lola's Animal ID number is 371956.

Lola
Lola
Image Credit: BC SPCA

To learn more about the South Okanagan/Similkameen BC SPCA Branch such as location, adoption fees, and hours of operation, click here to visit the website.


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