found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
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THEIR STORY: Meet "Inky." He was rescued from outside of a home in Port Orange. He was living in the woods when he was rescued. He has been neutered, given rabies and distemper shot, and dewormed twice.
PERSONALITY: He is super adorable and my 2 year old daughter LOVES carrying him around like a little baby! He gets an endless supply of hugs and kisses and he doesn't seem to mind. He is super playful and affectionate.
IN ORDER TO ADOPT FROM US:
1) Please show up with a cat carrier for a safe return to his/her new home. *Please note that buying a small carrier due to lower price is not always the best decision. Your kitty needs room to grow and you want them to feel comfortable while traveling. (we do have a soft carrier available for purchase)
2) I will have you fill out an adoption contract (your personal information as well as mine).
3) The adoption fee is $65 dollars. He has been neutered, has distemper and rabies shot, dewormed twice with strongid, flea bathed.
4) I will take a picture of you and the new kitty (if you don't mind) to add to my adoption book. YOu can check out my book during the adoption process if you'd like. I will also send you the picture a month later as that is the time I check on you and the kitty to make sure the adoption is going well.
WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE FROM ME:
1) You will receive a 4 page informational packet that can answer any questions you may have. Has information of places to get discounted meds and other things.
2) Spay/Neuter certificate OR vet documents
3) Copy of the adoption contract (will have kittens DOB and background on it as well as my contact information)
You can call me anytime 386-295-2755.
***REMEMBER WE WILL ALWAYS take the cat/kitten back if the adoption isn't working out. I don't want to see them given to the Humane Society (which can euthanize upwards of 50 or more cats a day like our local shelter) or put back on the streets******
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