The mark of Zorro


Zorro was part of the cat colony in Île-Perrot. The first week we had Zorro, he was in a cage and we were afraid of him. Every time we fed him, he growled throughout his meal. After a week, he seemed to understand that the food would keep coming and that no one would take it away. Now when we feed him, he eats and nudges us with his head to be petted as well. From homeless stray cat to total lap cat. Zorro now sleeps on the bed of his foster mom. He sits at her feet as she does dishes and purrs away. Zorro loves to play and has discovered the joys of an empty box. He is super affectionate and social with guests. He is totally non-aggressive but plays so energetically and enthusiastically that we would recommend he be adopted into a family with older children. He would be happiest in a home without other pets to be the center of attention! Zorro is sterilized, vaccinated, and has tested negative for FIV and FeLV and was born in February, 2016.

For more information regarding Zorro, please contact us at (514) 706-2287 or by email at

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