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Margarita – Adopted July 2023!



Photography Credit - with thanks to Ro at https://www.pawprints-photo.com/


Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Gender: Female
Age: Approx. 3 Years Old
Size: Medium


Energy Level: Medium, increasing now my kittens are weaned and I am not caring for others anymore!
Litter trained? Yes
Kids? Unknown. With proper Socialization & Supervision 
Cats? With proper Socialization & Supervision. I have lived with other cats in the past
Dogs? Unknown, potentially with proper Socialization and Supervision
Medical Needs: Recovery from recent spay surgery, moving forward yearly vet checkups and vaccine boosters 

About Me:

Hi I'm Margarita! I was brought to WAG with my teenage son Caesar and clearly pregnant with another litter. I am an incredible mom and gave birth to three perfect kitties a couple of weeks after my arrival at WAG. My kittens have all grown up and now it's time for me to find my furever home. I am a friendly, social kitty who can't wait for my turn to be adopted! I deserve all the attention and love in the world, after being a mom to so many tiny kittens! I am a sweet girl who loves company, being pet and am very affectionate when I have visitors. I can't wait to find a family who will give me a home of my very own! 

Marg's foster sent in this recent update:

"Margarita is a very sweet kitty with a gentle personality. She's still young so she loves to play, especially with a wand toy or a solo game of soccer with her mini balls. She loves to be pet and that spot right above her tail is her absolute favourite! She's a pretty cuddly kitty and will curl up with me in bed most nights. She is a little bit shy when meeting new people, but doesn't take too long to get comfortable again."


My Story:

I was loved and looked after but when I got pregnant again my carer knew they would have more animals than they had time and resources for. They promptly contacted WAG to make sure I would be safe, warm and well fed in time for my imminent birth. I will soon be spayed to ensure that this is my last ever litter and can all focus on myself!

WAG can often have litters born in shelter,  although adorable they do take a lot of time and resources so if you can, please consider donating to WAG's Critical Care Program, or Spay and Neuter Program, both of which help unwanted litters in the Sea to Sky corridor.

My Purrrfect Match:

• Will be ready for a long term commitment
• Will keep my health in mind and take me into the vet for regular checkups
• Will give me time to adjust to my new surroundings
• Will set me up for success if I am expected to move into a home with new animals or young kids
• Will keep me safe and happy, forever