My name is Hope!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Eastpointe, Michigan - Hope
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I'm being cared for by:
Their Last Resort

Facts about Hope

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black (Mostly)
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
Hope was born to a feral mom on the streets. She was part of a litter we rescued when we were doing some TNR out reach. These babies were around 5 weeks old. So we have had time to socialize them. Hope is a good kitty. She is shy at first but warms up real quick. She is around 7-8 months old and does have a sister left from the litter along with her. So they have great interactions and play. She is mostly black with a white spot on her belly.
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About Their Last Resort

About Our Rescue Group...

Their Last Resort is a Non profit animal rescue run by dedicated volunteers who poor their heart and soul into saving these animals. We rescue abused, neglected and abandoned animals from the streets and from over crowded shelters. Our goal is to help is many animals as we can get the medical care they need along with spaying/neutering and wellness visits. Ultimately finding them forever homes.
There is so much animal suffering an we just want to help as many animals as we can get any and all the help they need.

Come Meet Our Pets...

By appointment contact 586-662-5329

Our Adoption Process...

Their Last Resort's adoption fee for dogs/puppies is $250.00 and cats/kittens is $100.00.
Our adoption process is as follows.
Fill out online application @ or fill out a hard copy at one of our adoption events. Our application will ask personal questions about the environment & yard that the pet would be in. It also asks about your vet history with past pets & ask for references.
We will also do a home visit and take a look at the yard.
If you have existing pets we a do meet and greet to see how they get along together well.
We ask a lot of questions in our adoption process. We just want to make sure our animals go into the proper home to ensure a successful adoption.