Sunday, April 13, 2008

Adoptable Brooklyn Cutie of the Week, Part II: Delbert

Here's a special Sunday adoptable pet of the week from the Brooklyn Animal Rescource Coalition (BARC) shelter in Williamsburg.

This beautiful creature is named Delbert. He lives at the BARC Shelter in Williamsburg and needs a home. Here is some info about him:
He was found wandering the streets of Brooklyn, skinny and scared. After adjusting to shelter life he was adopted and quickly returned because he "talked too much". He's a siamese what did they expect?!? Much quieter now, he's become depressed and is losing weight again. Let's hope he finds a home soon...
We find it hard to believe that someone hasn't snatched him up already. For info on BARC click here.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I find it amazing that you let this cat go to a home where the people weren't flagged as NON cat people? Those people are also idiots. Cats meow, what did they expect?

11:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please give him extra love because he was probably scolded and rejected a lot by the person who adopted him then returned him for meowing too much. Saying "shut up" and the like. Which is why he feels depressed and subdued. Poor guy! I would adopt him in a heartbeat but my elderly lady cat hates other cats. Please do a follow-up piece on this one. Oh and my cat talks to me constantly and I'd have it no other way!

12:18 PM  
Blogger Brenda from Flatbush said...

How delightful this guy must be! Wish I could take him (we got 3 already, all "talk" and boy does that beat having to talk to yourself around the house when you're alone).

9:00 PM  

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