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Old June 15th, 2020, 01:42 PM
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Up where we live, there are several organizations that look after animals for adoption or whatever.........there are a lot of "foster" people who take them from the shelters to look after them until a "forever" home is found for the pet.

They are also "no kill" facilities here.

There are likely lots of shelters or rescue places in your area of the province that have cats, dogs, puppies, and kittens that are looking for loving families.

My thought would be to contact some of them and ask them questions about how they operate, are they "no kill" facilities, and judge your decision accordingly.....whether you get a cat now, or wait for a better living situation.

We even have a few people who live in our town who post on FB some of the cats (mostly ) that are available for adoption so folks know what is out there. We don't live in Thunder Bay, but we're in the district of Thunder Bay.

Thank you for your reply.
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