On May 13, 2016, a one-year-old, stray Lynx Point Siamese, found in Williams Lake, was brought into the BC SPCA Sea to Sky Branch.
She gave birth to a litter of five kittens of assorted colours and coat lengths. Olive was one of those kittens.
Mom and babies were housed with one of our wonderful foster guardians until they were old enough to be separated, spayed or neutered, and adopted into loving homes.
Olive found her new forever home on August 26, 2016. Here is an update from the family of Olive, now two years old:
Olive is full of life, but at the end of the day she just wants to cuddle.
She lies with me on the couch and always stays close to home when she goes out.
I couldn’t imagine my life without her.
Olive was one of the lucky kittens who found her way to the BC SPCA. Otherwise, she, her mom, and her siblings would have struggled to survive in the wild and would likely have contributed to the serious cat overpopulation problem in the province.
But this little gal doesn’t look to be struggling at all, thanks to your decision to adopt. Here’s to a long and cuddly life together!