Adopting a kitten can be a 15-20 year commitment. We highly suggest meeting our adult and senior cats that are available for adoption. Did you know that a cat can be considered a “senior” cat at just 7 years of age? Senior cats still have a lot of years left in them! Not to mention their personality has developed and they can be a lot less work. We have plenty of adult and senior cats that are looking for forever homes.
Meet our senior rescue cat PEBBLES! We call her our adorable "vampurr" because of her cute little fangs that peek out. Hehehe. In her 10 or so years of life, she's never had a home of her own. Pebbles would like a quiet home with adults only. She really is a sweet girl, shy in the beginning, but she will seek you out for attention once she is comfy with you. Would you adopt our cute vampurr and give her the gift of a loving forever home? You would make a difference in this rescue cats life. Let PEBBLES experience what a real home feels like. If you would like more information on how you can adopt or meet Pebbles please contact us.
--For additional adoption information, please call Cindy @ 909.374.8507 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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