This is Fred! He is a 1 yr old (born late August 2015) Orange/Ginger kitty. He is house trained, up to date on vaccinations and is neutered.
Fred started out as a very shy boy. His foster Mama has been working really hard on helping him with this and he has come a long way. Once he gets to know you and things are calm and quiet in the house Fred will come around for some pets and snuggles, always on his own terms. He will purr like crazy for you too!
Fred gets along extremely well with other cats and dogs too so other animals in the house would be very helpful. A loud household with small kids wouldn't be the best place for Fred but he'd love a house full of other pets!
At a store in Katrine two cats had been seen hanging around. Turns out they were a couple and they had kittens. The very kind store owner called MAR to rescue the kittens. We also took the Mama & Papa and they have been spayed/neutered and are happy living in a barn being taken care of.
We know there is someone special out there that can accept Fred for who he is and give him the love and space he deserves in his very own forever home.
*Though our volunteers try their best, we cannot guarantee that any rescued animal will be a perfect match for each resident, child, or resident pet in every foster/forever home.*
To adopt or foster please visit our website
www.muskokaanimalrescue.com and complete an application form and EMAIL it back to our management team at email@example.com
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THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! YOUR SUPPORT SAVES LIVES!
*All adoptions include spay/ neuter and full vaccinations.
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