I am already spayed, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Born Jan 2015 and only 5 lbs. She lived with multiple other cats and an older woman who has since passed away. All the cats had horrible upper respiratory infections. Unfortunately, the medicine that cured them also caused a stricture which means she can only eat canned pate food. Though the woman had good intentions, she didn't sterilize her cats and she didn't combo test. That means that all the kittens from her house tested positive for FIV. This is not a death sentence, it just means she is more prone to get sick if exposed. She was sick when she came to us with upper respiratory as well as eye ulcers. She is healthy now but has scarring from the ulcers which makes her eyes look cloudy but she can see just fine and the medicine caused a throat stricture which means she can only eat canned pate food. She also can live with other negative cats since FIV is only transferred via sex (which won't happen since she is spayed) and deep bite wounds. She loves other cats and doesn't have a mean bone in her body. FIV cannot be transferred to humans or dogs. She purrs the second you touch her and paws at your for attention. She is a great little cat!
Adoption fee of $95 covers all vetting including spay/neuter surgery, vaccines, microchip, FIV/FELV test and any other medical that may be required while in rescue.
We only do adoptions on Saturday and not all animals are able to attend so if you would like to see a specific animal please let us know so that we can make arrangements for it to be present at the event. Event locations do vary so please check the homepage to find out where we will be this week.