Minnie is a former outdoor cat; he came to the Tierschutzverein fuer Berlin (Berlin Animal Shelter) when his owner could no longer care for him. He was living for a while in the shelter’s outdoor enclosure, but due to his age and physical limitations, it is best that this handsome guy finds a quiet home in an apartment with a balcony.
Minnie receives life-long treatments which are free of charge at the shelter’s veterinarian practice. He suffers from ailments in the pelvis and gastrointestinal area. Minnie is very sweet and trusting, he likes to rest, but as soon as there is a tempting morsel he doesn’t hold back.
You can visit Minnie at Garfield House 2 at tel. 030 7688 8174.
|Identification No. 12/3071|
|Birth Date:||ca. 06/2000|
|In Shelter Since:||09.05.2012|
|Gender:||male / neutered|
Although the Tierschutzverein fuer Berlin (Berlin Animal Shelter) has hundreds of pets available for adoption, we have selected to show you the ones desperately looking for a new home. Hopefully, with more awareness more pets will be adopted.
Please note: A pet is a commitment of time and money and is a long-term permanent responsibility. Pet ownership is a not something to be entered into lightly, it means adding a new being into your life that could change your life. A pet requires food, shelter, exercise, grooming, health care and companionship.