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Adopt Me: Gentle Henry won't shy away from head rub

This seven-year-old cat came into the care of the Ontario SPCA as part of the Second Chance Pet Network
Supplied photo/Ontario SPCA

NewmarketToday, in partnership with the Ontario SPCA Stouffville location, brings you a regular feature highlighting a special pet that is in need of adoption.


Henry came into the care of the Ontario SPCA and Humane Society in May, one of 70 cats transported from the Second Chance Pet Network in Dryden, located approximately 140 kilometres east of Kenora. He has been patiently waiting for a home and is hopeful that you’ll come meet him today.

This seven-year-old, orange, domestic short-haired kitty is a big, gentle boy. He enjoys the company of feline friends, but won’t shy away from a head rub with his human pals. Henry has been looking for a home since arriving at the Second Chance Pet Network as a stray in 2013.

Nearing capacity, the shelter reached out to the Ontario SPCA and Humane Society for help rehoming the felines.

Henry is a truly special guy who deserves a family to love. Could you be the one to give him the home he’s been waiting for all this time?

Henry is fixed, microchipped, vaccinated and ready to be your next family member. To learn more about Henry and how to adopt him, visit, call 905-898-7122, ext 306, or visit the Ontario SPCA Provincial Education & Animal Centre at 16586 Woodbine Ave. in Stouffville, located just outside Newmarket. 

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