My name is OG!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Palm Desert, California - OG
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Facts about OG

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black & White Or Tuxedo
  • Age: Senior
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 9600712
  • Hair: Short

OG ("Old Girl") is a sweet petite cat.  A tuxedo who just looks like a little old teddy bear.  She loves neck scratches and to be spoken to (she's one of those cats who I think doesn't realize she is a cat). 

She was found wandering alone on Frank Sinatra and brought to the county shelter as a stray.  No one ever claimed her, and she was too old to be kept for adoption at the county.

She was judged to be 18 years old at the time (19 this year), however, her senior blood panel was perfect, all results normal, which is unusual for a geriatric cat.

UPDATE: OG had a mild stroke recently from which she has recovered.  She eats well, uses the litter box, and has no other medical issues (again, her blood work is normal).

OG is at the end of her life, and will be sanctuaried at ForeverMeow if she is not adopted or fostered (unlikely at her age).  If, however, someone has it in their heart to provide her last end of life home, they will not be disappointed with their experience of sharing love with OG.     

OG is part of the ForeverMeow Senior Saviors Program.  That means all you have to provide for OG is a loving (local) home and lots of love and attention, which she enjoys.  We will manage and fund all veterinary expenses and medication costs,and even administer the meds if you haven't done that before.  She is currently not on any meds. 

There is nothing more loving than a senior cat, nor more compassionate than someone who will take in a senior cat and give them true love and comfort in their golden years - that's what a "senior savior" is, and that's who we are looking for.

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ForeverMeow is a 501(c)(3) non-profit cat rescue and kitten nursery, registered with the CA State Attorney General. We are also certified adoption partners of: Riverside County, Palm Springs, Petco and PetSmart, as well as a Best Friends No More Homeless Pets network partner.    

Nearly all of our cats & kittens are rescued from Coachella Valley shelters, since 2015 we have rescued over 700.    

We adopt kittens when they are big/old enough to Spay or Neuter, or will foster-to-adopt prior to that. We also offer free lifetime cat behavior counseling from a Humane Society of the US certified Cat Behavior Consultant.     

Adoption fee which includes (if appropriate): Spay/Neuter, FVRCP Vaccinations, FeLV/FIV tests, deworming, microchipping, and lifelong behavioral Support as well as    a free veterinary examination:

- Kittens 8weeks-4months.     $65

- Young 5months-1year.         $45

- Adult 1year-10years.            $25

- Senior 10years+.                  $0

  our Senior Savior Program will provide free veterinary services and all medication for their life

REQUIREMENTS: Unless specifically indicated, INDOOR pets only and NO declawing, All our cats and kittens use a variety of scratching posts and other scratching devices

Adoption Application here

Please note, we often get multiple applications for the same cat or kitten. Unless this are over-riding constraints or requirements, e.g. one of a bonded pair, we always give priority to the order in which we receive a completed application

About ForeverMeow

About Our Rescue Group...

Our goal is to help people and cats find that purfect connection and home together.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Please use the PayPal "Donate" button on our website home page.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Visit our cats and kittens at PetCo in Palm Desert.

Additional adoption events to be announced. For more information, please call Leigh @ 442-234-8405 (cell)

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption application and agreement required. Adoption donation $25. Looking for homes where the kitties will be loved and cared for for life, as members of the family.