My name is Saddles COURTESY POST!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Southeastern, Pennsylvania - Saddles COURTESY POST
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Facts about Saddles COURTESY POST

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Orange Or Red
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 9157557
  • Hair: Short
Orange tabby with white patches/short fur female kitten 6 months old very social, affectionate lap kitten, loves children, cats and dogs Perfect family kitten Saddles is currently in foster home: please contact: 610-324-4726 Hi my name is Saddles, and I am a very social, affectionate beautiful 6 months old girl. I am a very pretty girl I am mostly white with a pretty orange patch on my back, it looks like I am wearing a saddle. I am very well socialized and perhaps the most social kitten you ever meet. I have playful personality but at the same time I am easy-going. I love to give nose-kisses. I am very gentle girl and I love to cuddle. My foster mom calls me a “purring machine” as soon as I see people I purr and rub against them to get attention and love! I love to snuggle with people, right under their arm. I love children and enjoy when they play with me with a laser pointer or feather wand. I am very gentle, sweet and kind. My favorite toy in the world is cardboard box, and I am trained to use a cat carrier (so travelling or taking me to a vet is easy) – well I sleep in cat carrier sometimes it looks like a box and you know by now I love boxes. Feel free to contact my foster mom to learn more about me. I enjoy playing fetch and carry toys in my mouth around the house. I am very affectionate and like to give head butts and kisses. I am a super friendly, little girl who will race to the front door to greet you when you come home from work! I love to be with people, I love to be held, picked up and get my belly rubbed. As soon as you seat down I will be on your lap, rolling over for belly rubs, I am a lap kitten, love to snuggle and fall asleep in your arms. I am very outgoing around new people and very curious, gentle girl. I am a very pretty girl and I always get compliments from everyone I meet. My markings are just so unique, white belly, white paws and an orange patch on my back makes me a really beautiful girl. I was raised in loving foster home so I am very social, affectionate and just a fun kitten. I get along great with other cats, dogs and children. I am currently in foster home with 2 large dogs, they are very playful, high energy boxes and I adore them, and even take naps with them and play with their tennis ball. I am litter box trained, I am also trained to use my scratching post and I enjoy getting my nails trimmed also. To learn more about Saddles, please contact foster home: 610-324-4726 Saddles is up-to-date on all shots: Distemper, Rabies. Tested negative for FeLV/FIV. Litter-box trained. Spayed.

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About Our Rescue Group...

Finding Shelter is a no-kill rescue committed to the saving, rehabilitation, training, and permanent placement of dogs and cats in need of loving homes. A strong committment to animals and people enables us to both save and place animals and to educate the public.

Another part of our mission is to raise awareness of the plight of animals and to the beauty of adopting animals in need of forever loving homes.

Careful screening of all potential adopters allows the best match possible between animal and adopter.

All of our animals are spayed or neutered, fully vaccinated, and medically treated. We do not discriminate based on breed age, or health status of the animal.

Our animals come from shelters that frequently euthanize for space or from owners who can no longer care for them for a variety of reasons. We also accept and place companion animals who are unwanted, neglected, or who are released from puppy mills.

Our Adoption Process...

I understand the responsibilities that I am assuming by adopting this animal. I know that there may be unforeseen circumstances and expenses with the introduction of a new pet in my household.

I hereby give Finding Shelter my permission to contact my landlord, veterinarian and personal references to verify any of the information supplied in this application. I also agree to a “progress check” in the future, where a Finding Shelter representative may visit my home to verify my new pet’s living conditions.

I understand that there is a non-refundable, adoption donation that goes toward the care of the animals at Finding Shelter. We are awaiting approval for 501(c)3 status, so donations are not tax-deductible at this time.

All medical expenses related to this animal will be my responsibility from the time of adoption. Finding Shelter will not reimburse veterinary medical expenses for the animal.

By signing the following agreement, I acknowledge that I understand everything I have read in this application and I have answered all of the questions truthfully. I further understand that Finding Shelter is considered the guardian of the animal in question and has the right, in its sole discretion, not to approve this application.
1.This animal is being adopted with the understanding and intention of a lifetime commitment to its well-being.
2.This animal will not be abandoned, given away, sold, exchanged or relinquished to any other society, or person, or disposed of in any way, but must be returned to Finding Shelter if no longer wanted.
3.This animal will be kept as a pet and proper care will be provided for it, to include: warm dry shelter, proper food and humane treatment at all times.
4.This animal will receive required yearly inoculations and medical care will be provided at once by the adoptee if the animal is sick or injured.
5.The animal adopted from Finding Shelter will be spayed/neutered prior to adoption, but all other animals in the home should be altered and not used for breeding purposes.
6.This animal (if a dog) shall be licensed and wear a collar with license, rabies and identification tags attached and if said animal is lost every effort will be made to recover him by notifying Finding Shelter, the police, the animal warden, the SPCA, and other local authorities.
7.This animal if a cat,
a.shall be exclusively an indoor cat.
b.shall not be declawed.
8.This animal if a dog,
a.shall be a house dog, not a yard dog.
b.shall not be surgically altered not to bark.
9.You will telephone Finding Shelter immediately if said animal is lost, stolen or dead and will notify Finding Shelter of any change of address.
10.This animal, its home and quarters, can be inspected at any reasonable time, before or after adoption, by a member of Finding Shelter and, if in the discretion of the member, the said animal is not properly treated or cared for, said member has the right to remove same and to void the adoption.
11.This animal may not be used for laboratory or breeding purposes.
12.No claim, action or suit, either in law or in equity, will be brought against Finding Shelter or its agents/officers by reason of this adoption.
13.The information given to Finding Shelter and endorsed hereon is accurate.