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My name is Biggie!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Santa Clarita, California - Biggie
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Furever Purr Rescue

Facts about Biggie

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Tiger Striped
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
Biggie was rescued from the Lancaster shelter last month...he can't wait to find a home of his own. This BIG boy is a sweetheart and has perfect snowshoes. His markings are fantastic. He is tall and very curious. He is such a special interactive guy and needs that special someone to give him a place to call home. Biggie enjoys other felines, but prefers to be alpha so he wouldn't mind being an only cat and hogging all of your attention! Biggie is in foster and is boarded locally in SCV. He is up to date on his shots, microchipped, neutered and negative for FeLV/FIV.

Thank you for stopping by to view my profile. I sure would love to meet you. I love my foster home, but I’m eager to find a FUREVER home. Meeting me is as easy as 1 2 3

1.The first step to meeting me is to fill out an application. Our application can be filled out online. http://www.fureverpurrrescue.org/adopt.html
2.Our foster coordinator will contact you and set up a meet and greet
3. We get to meet each other! Please fill out your application right away. I can’t wait to meet you! ♥

About Furever Purr Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Who we are
Our mission is to save the lives of the countless unwanted and abandoned cats and kittens dumped at shelters in Southern California. We are a non-profit 501(c) (3)Rescue. We focus on those cats most in need whose time has run out; the sick, the injured, the old and otherwise considered “unadoptable."

What we do
Our foster caregivers and veterinarians provide medical care and rehabilitation until the cats and kittens are well enough to be adopted. We adopt only to families that will commit to an indoor life for our cats and kittens. All of our cats are spayed/neutered, up to date on their shots and tested for FeLV/FIV.

Why we do it
We love cats! Saving lives are incredibly rewarding, but it is time-consuming and many sacrifices are made. Every life is valuable. When we see a cat in the shelter system in need of help, we don’t see the missing leg, goopy eyes and runny nose, we see a little bundle of fur that needs our help and our care and we take action.

We strive to educate the public about the proper care of cats and kittens. We receive calls daily from people looking to rehome their cat. Often times we can offer suggestions to help correct behaviors and situations that will result in the family keeping the cat. Sometimes someone simply needs to know that someone understands, cares and is willing to help.

How we do it
We rely solely on donations and the support of fosters in the community. All donations go directly to our cats and kittens. Donations cover veterinarian costs, medical boarding, special medications, food, litter, bedding and toys to keep our furry friends full, comfy, safe and loved.

Where do we go from here?
Our vision and long term goal will allow us to afford a no-kill sanctuary and be able to help more cats and kittens. We plan to offer educational training to better the community.

Our Adoption Process...

We require an adoption contract and fee. We make a home visit.