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10 august 2018

PPAR Adoptable Cat of February 2018: Sweet Bob! / Non-profit

Shanghai | Posted: 11 february 2018, number: 9680

PPAR Adoptable Cat of February 2018: Sweet Bob! / Non-profit

11 february 2018 327
  • Breed: Other 


Name: Bob
Age: 1 year old
Gender: Male
Health: Treated for fleas and worms, vaccinated, and neutered.

His Story: Bob is an orange kitty with white nose, chest and paws. He is a playful and affectionate boy, and loves people very much. He also gets along very well with other kitties.

Bob was found last spring when he was just a baby kitten. Bob and his sister were abandoned in a garbage can but, fortunately, they were found and saved in time by the Ayi of the PPAR shelter. Our Ayi fed both with kitten formula and took care of them for about 8 weeks until the two siblings were strong enough and could live independently.

Now Bob is a handsome and healthy young boy and he is waiting for his forever loving family at the PPAR shelter.

If you are willing to give little Bob a permanent caring home, please contact us at:

Please notice that all potential adopters need to contact PPAR by email first. If they agree on PPAR's adoption requirements, then PPAR will arrange a visit for them at the shelter to meet all the adoptable cats and kittens (generally during the adoption weekends).

PPAR holds Adoption Weekends (every Saturday and Sunday), from 13:00 to 17:00 hrs., at the PPAR Shelter. For more information about being a volunteer, foster parent or how to adopt a cat or kitten from PPAR, please send an e-mail to:

Paw Pals Animal Rescue (PPAR) is a Shanghai-based shelter founded in 2007 by a group of individual animal rescuers that did not have a safe place to keep their rescued cats while they looked for good people to adopt them. The creation of the shelter allowed the rescuers to help even more animals in need, and has since led to permanent efforts to keep and expand the space, comfort and tranquility of the shelter for all rescued cats and kittens.
The main objective of the group is to help homeless cats in the Shanghai area, providing a midway home for the rescued animals until they are placed in responsible, loving homes.
Official Wechat account: PPAR_sh

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