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

Eight years young Batman is looking for his furever home.

VERNON - Batman, animal identification number 439095, is a handsome eight-year-old looking for his retirement home.

Batman is a domestic short haired cat available for adoption at the Vernon SPCA. This senior guy, according to the SPCA pet profile, is looking for a laid back retirement home to spend the rest of his days lounging in peace. 

He is eight years young with a long life ahead of him. Batman appears to live well with the other cats here at the shelter and enjoys finding small places for a good game of hide and seek.

Batman needs a new start to his life, says the Vernon SPCA, which is why he is here and looking for his forever family.

If you think this sweet guy is right for you, contact the Vernon SPCA for more information by phone (250)549-7297 or email vernon@spca.bc.ca to set up a viewing! More information about Batman or the Vernon SPCA is available online.

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