Poor Ivy still needs a home! She's in her second foster home now. It's not that she wasn't welcome at her original one, but she was getting too attached to her foster mom while being shy with everyone else. Ivy will never be without a little fear, but she loves being part of a family. Once she opens up, she's quite charming, rolling over for tummy rubs. We know there's a home out there that's perfect for this beautiful girl!
We have noticed that she isn't terribly fond of men. After time, we're sure she could come around, but she will not be receptive at first. We'll let you in on a little secret, too. If you want to earn Ivy's affection - just offer her a Q-Tip. She's nuts for them.
All of our cats have been spayed or neutered, vaccinated, de-wormed, microchipped, and tested for FIV/FeLV. Our adoption fee structure is as follows:
While we try to keep our animal listings up-to-date online, sometimes the age range may be labelled incorrectly. Please don't hesitate to contact us for the most up-to-date information on a particular cat. Our cats are shown by appointment - we are a foster based rescue and so we don't have a location with set hours.
If you are interested in adopting or would like to meet our cats, please fill out our adoption application online at www.safehousepets.org/adopt and a volunteer will contact you promptly.
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