That's right, I'm "OG", stands for "Original Gangsta". The humans think it stands for "Old Girl", but, shhhh don't tell them.
Who says I'm old? My blood work is purrfect! I'm pretty tough, but I've learned to share my space with the other cats in my room, eh hem, the community room.
I've got 9 lives, and I'm looking for my next adventure. Which must include: comfy beds, window seats, lots of wet food, and bed time stories :)
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OG is part of the ForeverMeow Senior Saviors Program. That means all you have to provide for OG is a loving home and lots of love and attention, which she loves. We will manage and fund all veterinary expenses and medication costs, and even administer the meds if you haven't done that before.
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, and in 2015, we rescued almost 400.
We adopt kittens when they are 2 pounds (~8 weeks) and eligible for 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 United States certified Cat Behavior Consultant.
Adoption fee is $0, which includes: Spay/Neuter, Vaccinations, FeLV/FIV tests, deworming, microchiping, and lifelong behavioral Support, and a complementary veterinary wellness exam.
REQUIREMENT: INDOOR pets only NO declawing, All our cats and kittens use a variety of scratching posts and other scratching devices.
Adoption application here: http://bit.ly/2io0Y7L
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