My name is Moo Shu!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Gaithersburg, Maryland - Moo Shu
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Montgomery County SPCA

Facts about Moo Shu

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black & White Or Tuxedo
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
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Important Note

Moo Shu is best friends with Wonton. Please adopt both of them so they can stay together!
Moo Shu, born in August or 2015, is a character. Though shy in the beginning, she has blossomed into the fun, nutty cat that she is today. Moo Shu loves human contact and will be waiting for me to get home everyday. She adores coming over to me to sit on me or at least be right next to me. She loves playing with her sister and will constantly shake her booty and legs before she playfully pounces on her sister! She is an avid eater and will try to eat everything you have! She just loves human contact but will most definitely be shy at first. She likes to find small places to hide before she can fully trust a person. Wonton is very good at getting Moo Shu out and calming her down. Moo Shu loves being picked up and is such a cuddle bunny. She follows me and her sister around everywhere but also enjoys spending time with herself. She loves to lounge and cuddle and is quite fancy to my blankets and couch. She absolutely loves to play and has the energy of a 1-year-old golden retriever! She is a spunky little girl with a whole bunch of personality and such an amazing demeanor to her. Because of their attachment I would like Moo Shu and Wonton to be adopted together.

Moo Shu and her sister Wonton are very bonded so need to be adopted together.

To adopt you must first complete an adoption application and either come to an adoption event or arrange to meet the cat in its foster home. We do not do same day adoptions so, generally, we can only adopt within the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

About Montgomery County SPCA

About Our Rescue Group...

The MCSPCA, founded in 1973, is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to the humane treatment of animals. We are independent, locally based, and funded completely by donations. We receive no financial support from the ASPCA or from any federal, state, or county government agencies.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We generally hold cat adoption open houses every week at local Petco or PetsMart locations. See our website for details on upcoming events. Appointments can also be arranged to visit our adoptable cats at other times.

The MCSPCA facilitates dog adoptions through referrals. We also maintain a list of dog breed rescue organizations for people who are looking for a particular breed of dog.

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption Fees:

* A $100 adoption fee is required for cats.
* A $150 adoption fee is required for kittens under 1yr. of age.
* A $150 adoption fee is required for dogs under 50lbs
* A $175 adoption fee is required for dogs over 50lbs
* A $225 adoption fee is required for puppies or dogs with special medical needs (including sighthounds because of the anesthesia requirements)

We accept cash and checks only, no credit cards. The fee includes the cost of spay/neuter, initial vaccinations, heartworm testing (for dogs), FeLV/FIV testing (for cats), deworming, and general care of the animals during their stay at the MCSPCA (food, litter, medication, vet care, etc.).
An adoption application, vet check, and interview with a counselor are required to ensure that appropriate placements are made. A home visit may also be required.

* ALL members of a household must be present for the adoption process.
* If you rent your home, you must provide your landlord’s name and phone number. Landlord consent is required prior to adoption. To expedite this process, you can provide a copy of your lease or a signed statement from your landlord specifying the pet policy.

* The MCSPCA seeks the best possible homes for the animals in our care, and we reserve the right to refuse adoption to anyone.

*Upon approval, an adoption contract must be completed and signed.
*An adoption counselor will follow up each adoption with telephone calls and/or home visits.