A Shelter Full of Hope and Promise

Meew Meew



Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Gender: Female
Age: 2 years
Size: Small


Energy Level: Low as I am not feeling my best 
Litter trained? Yes 
Kids? Possibly, as long as it's a quiet home
Cats? Possibly, with proper supervision, socialization and separation! 
Dogs? Unknown
Medical Needs: recovery from current dermatology issues that may be ongoing, and general yearly checkups, currently on specialist vet food 

About Me:

Hi, I'm Meew Meew!

I have been in the care of WAG for a couple of weeks, after joining the Critical Care program. I'm a sweet young kitty that the staff and volunteers are still getting to know. I have been having issues with a skin condition for some time, and recently took a turn for the worse. The staff at Coast Mountain Vet have been looking after me and have just carried out a biopsy to find out what it is that is bothering me and most importantly - how we can fix it! I am currently hanging out at the shelter wearing a fabulous but functional onesie (which makes me look super adorable), and being treated with some meds. My favourite thing is to climb into the humans laps and have a long snuggle, I must say I have won them all over instantly. I make it hard for them to leave my side.

I am looking for a quiet, calm home to help me recover and give me the best chance at healing and being the happy healthy cat I once was. I have previously lived with other animals, but for the moment we are not sure if it is the best idea whilst I am unwell.

UPDATE: 08/05/22

"WAG was able to continue with her veterinary team Coast Mountain Veterinary Services after a biopsy, we have a diagnosis! Meew has a very rare condition called Feline Idiopathic Ulcerative Dermatosis, this answer is just step one to get Meew healthy again, its a long road to recovery but we are always optimistic. Despite the pain she must be feeling, Meew is the most loving kitty, she's very affectionate and would love a shoulder to perch on. "

My Purrrfect Match

  • Will be ready to commit to me long term and not give up on me 
  • Will keep my health in mind and take me into the vet for regular checkups, its possible that I may need specialist food too 
  • Will give me time to adjust to my new surroundings
  • Will provide lots of enrichment, scratching towers, toys, catio etc.
  • Will set me up for success if I am expected to move into a home with other animals or children (TBC)
  • Will keep me safe and happy, and loved forever

I am little but I am BRAVE and I am definitely a fighter! Thank you to all of our wonderful supporters and Critical Care Fund donors. Without you it would not be possible to take on cases like these and give these animals a second chance.

Please keen an eye on my profile for further updates!


My Story:

I was with my previous home since I was born, they loved me very much and made me a member of their family. However, due to my declining health they were no longer able to provide me the care they knew I needed.

If you cannot adopt at this time, please consider donating to Meew Meew's care as part of WAG's Critical Care Program.