This enchanting cow-cat (white with black spots) is so small we at first thought her kitten was her sibling. This dear Bronx kitty was found emaciated and homeless in the Bronx. She has recently had to endure the death of her kitten, who she tenderly mothered as his illness progressed. Very small and sweet, QB is affectionate and cute and gets along with other cats. She has had some real hardship in her life and deserves a loving, safe home. Will you offer her that chance?
QB is about a year old.
All of our cats must live indoors-only lives. Like every Bronx Tails cat, QB has been spayed and vaccinated for rabies and FVRCP, and tested negative for FIV and FeLv. She has been de-flea'd and de-wormed and has reliable litterbox habits.
We require adopters to fill out an application, have basic references checked, allow a home visit (to ensure conditions are safe and reasonable), and pay an adoption fee. We allow all adopters an up-to-2-week-long tryout period to determine if the cat is a good match for them. If not, we will retrieve the cat and return the adoption fee in full. We will also help with tips and methods for introducing the cat to other pets, if needed.
Would you like to meet QB? Please contact us and we will either arrange a meet-and-greet or let you know about our next adoption events.
NOTE: if you have a specific interest in this cat, please let us know so that we can be sure to bring her to our next events, at the best location for you.
NEXT ADOPTION EVENTS: January 17th, 18th, and 31st; February 1st, 14th, 15th, and 28th, March 1st--all at the Unleashed store in Tribeca (157 Chambers Street), 12:30-6pm.
WE ALSO HAVE PERMANENT ADOPTION SLOTS AND WEEKEND EVENTS AT THE PETCO STORE IN THE THROGS NECK NEIGHBORHOOD OF THE BRONX-- 815 Hutchinson River Parkway, Bronx, NY 10465
Come meet our adorable, adoptable cats and kittens!
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