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My name is Mickey!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Staten Island, New York - Mickey
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Staten Island, New York - Mickey
Photo 2 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Staten Island, New York - Mickey
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I'm being cared for by:
Staten Island Council for Animal Welfare

Facts about Mickey

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Orange Or Red Tabby
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
Mickey was rescued from a feral colony in Eltingville. He and his brother were inseparable and then unfortunately his brother passed away. Once on his own he became more trusting and friendly to his caretaker and would climb up on her lap for a nap or some attention. That's when his caretaker decided to give him a better fate than his brother and try to find him his forever home. Mickey loves to play, is very affectionate and has yet to meet a cat he hasn't liked.

Mickey was born April 2013. He is up to date with shots, /neutered, negative for FIV / FELV, and microchipped. Currently in the care of the Staten Island Council for Animal Welfare--he can be seen in his foster home by appointment.
For more info phone Clo at 718-948-5623. View the animals at www.sicaw.petfinder.org
(PLEASE NOTE THAT THESE ARE HOME PHONE NUMBERS. CALLS WOULD BE APPRECIATED AFTER 9AM OR BEFORE 9PM UNLESS IN CASE OF EMERGENCY)

Please copy and paste this link into a browser window to fill out an on-line pre-adoption form: http://members.petfinder.org/~NY34/pre-adoption.html Or you can phone Clo at 718-948-5623 for more information

About Staten Island Council for Animal Welfare

About Our Rescue Group...

Staten Island Council for Animal Welfare (SICAW) is a non-profit tax exempt organization founded in 1972 dedicated to the rescue, care and placement of stray and abandoned animals. Volunteer members rescue homeless animals roaming the streets, tend to their needs and place them in good homes. All pets are examined by Veterinarians, receive protective inoculations, necessary blood work, are spayed/neutered and are microchipped.
In 1996, SICAW established its own low cost spay/neuter program, Neuter Network. Each year millions of healthy dogs and cats are euthanized or abandoned, falling victim to hunger, disease and cruelty. This low cost program helps put an end to the misery of pet overpopulation. SICAW is also committed to furthering the education of the public about the importance of spaying/neutering and proper pet care.
All SICAW work is done by volunteers and monies received through contributions, membership and fundraising activities are used for animal care and services, advertising, printing and other expenses of administration.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Cats that are housed at PetSmart's Adoption Center can be seen during store hours. Volunteers are available to show these cats to potential pet parents on Saturdays from 2-5 and Sundays from 1-4 or by calling Clo at 718-948-5623 to set up an appointment. Cats and kittens (fixed) that are in foster homes can be seen by appointment or on the days they are at Petco or Petsmart -- call Clo.
Kittens (not fixed) and Dogs can be seen most Sundays at Petco Veterans Rd from 11-2 (sometimes 3) For further information--call Clo at 718-948-5623.

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption Fee-Cat $100; Kitten $85 plus $35/$45 neuter/spay certificate

Adoption Fee-Dog $175 mixed breed; $250-purebred

Home visit and adoption contract signed prior to adoption.

http://members.petfinder.org/~NY34/pre-adoption.html

Please copy and past the link above to a new browser window to fill out an on-line pre-adoption form.