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My name is Sweetie Belle!

Domestic Longhair Cat for adoption in Houston, Texas - Sweetie Belle
Photo 1 - Domestic Longhair Cat for adoption in Houston, Texas - Sweetie Belle
Photo 2 - Domestic Longhair Cat for adoption in Houston, Texas - Sweetie Belle
Photo 3 - Domestic Longhair Cat for adoption in Houston, Texas - Sweetie Belle
Photo 4 - Domestic Longhair Cat for adoption in Houston, Texas - Sweetie Belle
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I'm being cared for by:
HOPE (Homeless & Orphaned Pets Endeavor)

Facts about Sweetie Belle

  • Breed: Domestic Longhair
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 6996391
  • Hair: Long

Sweetie Belle is an absolutely beautiful long haired blue and white cat.  The pictures are dated and do not show her show off her long hair.  She is sweet and bouncey and gets along with other cats.  She is just beautiful and loves to sit in the window and watch the birds and squirrels.

If you are interested in Sweetie Belle and would like to fill out an application, go to: http://homelesspets.net/index.php/adoption/. You may fax the completed application to 713-721-9560  or mail it to HOPE at PO Box 273331, Houston, TX 77277. Submitting an application does not obligate you to adopt a cat, but it initiates contact with us and gets the process started. If you have questions prior to filling out an application, email us at hope@homelesspets.net and a volunteer will get back to you.

About HOPE (Homeless & Orphaned Pets Endeavor)

About Our Rescue Group...

Our mission is to end the homelessness of cats and dogs through foster to adoption, feral cat Trap-Neuter-Return, and education.

HOMELESS & ORPHANED PETS ENDEAVOR (HOPE) is an all-foster, no kill adoption group based in the Houston area.

HOPE covers the cost of general medical expenses for the animals in the program, such as altering, routine vaccinations and treatment for parasites. Our foster families are asked to provide food, shelter and love to the animals for which they care. They receive no payment for the services that they provide. Without them, and the other volunteers who so selflessly do what is necessary to keep HOPE afloat, it would not be possible to run this nonprofit corporation.

One aim of HOPE is to develop a network of area rescue and humane organizations which will facilitate the rescue and placement of a variety of animals. The goal is to never have to turn away an animal in need. By forming a coalition of humane and rescue groups in the Houston area, we could potentially place all animals who need a temporary home until they are placed into a permanent one.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Mobile adoption sessions are held on the weekends. All adoption sessions run from 12:00 - 4:00 pm at a variety of locations and days as noted on our website http://www.homelesspets.net/adoption-locations/. For more information, please contact us at hope@homelesspets.net

Our Adoption Process...

Adopting an animal is a very serious decision and we want to be sure that our potential adoptive families have thought about the impact of this decision carefully. To adopt an animal through HOPE, we request that you complete an Adoption Application, a copy of which is available online for cats at http://www.homelesspets.net/adoption-forms/cat-adoption.php or for dogs at http://www.homelesspets.net/adoption-forms/dog-adoption.php. You may fill it out online or print a copy of the application and complete it prior to arriving at an adoption session. This will expedite the adoption process and will also assist our adoption counselors in matching you to a suitable pet.

We at HOPE make every effort to match our foster pets to appropriate homes. If you feel that we are too intrusive, please understand that it is because we care about their welfare.


Fees
All animals are neutered or spayed and have received age appropriate shots prior to being adopted. We ask that you provide a $100 donation for cats and a donation of $150 for dogs when you adopt your new family member from us. This donation helps us in defraying the costs of these and other medical needs of our animals.